Coronavirus: Jamiat-ul-Ahlihadees Decides To Put Friday Prayers On Hold Till March 31

Srinagar

A religious organization, Jamiat-ul-Ahlihadees on Thursday decided to hold mandatory Friday prayers across Jammu and Kashmir in wake of the Coronavirus threat.

The organisation held the meeting under the chairmanship of president Ghulam Muhammad Al-Madni. It was also attended by the General Secretary Dr Lateef Alkindi and Mufti Jammu and Kashmir Muhammad Yaqoob Baba.

During the meeting, it was decided that the Friday prayers will be put on hold in Jammu and Kashmir till March 31 in wake of the Coronavirus threat.

The decision has been taken according to the teachings and principals of Islam. (KNS)

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