Mosques, madrasas monitored in Banke
Nepalgunj, April 16
The native administration in Banke has these days stepped up surveillance of non secular websites throughout the district amidst the heightened concern of COVID-19 pandemic.
Following complaints that individuals have been secretly gathering at mosques and madrasas in violation of the lockdown, a crew led by Chief District Officer Kumar Bahadur Khadka monitored numerous mosques and madrasas within the district. Besides the CDO, the monitoring crew additionally included native representatives and Muslim spiritual leaders.
“We are at a time when we’ve got to do all the pieces in our energy to assist forestall or minimise the attainable unfold of the virus, therefore our go to to the mosques and madrasas,” mentioned Khadka. “This just isn’t a battle towards a selected individual, class, faith or neighborhood, so we hope for everybody’s help on this struggle towards the widespread enemy,” he argued.
Further, in keeping with the CDO, the mosques and madrasas have been informed to not entertain any guests from exterior and keep away from any pointless giant gatherings in view of the specter of the coronavirus.
“There have been only a few folks on the mosque and madrasas we visited, however we’ve knowledgeable the folks there in regards to the threat of getting guests from exterior and holding giant gatherings,” he mentioned, including the administration would additionally monitor different remaining spiritual locations.
The crew monitored Jama Mosque, Shahbaba Mosque, Namaj Mosque, Gausiya Jyaul Mosque Ekminari Mosque and Fulbari Mosque in Nepalgunj.
A model of this text seems in e-paper on April 17, 2020 of The Himalayan Times.
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