Renowned Muslim scholar Mufti Taqi Usmani has welcomed the agreement regarding offering of the prayers and Taraweeh in mosques during the holy month of Ramzan.
The decision came after President Arif Alvi hold a meeting with the ulema and deciding with the mutual cooperation that mosques will remain open for Taraweeh prayers.
Along with the decision, it is also advised to follow discipline and to take all the precautionary measures while offering prayers.
While taking to his twitter handle, Mufti Usmani announced that he is quite happy that the government has decided to reopen mosques for the prayers and Taraweeh during the sacred month of Ramzan.
He declared, “It is now the responsibility of the mosque and its administration to make sure SOPs put in place are being followed.”
He stated that “The distance of six feet between the lines for prayers and between the namazis was discussed, however, WHO called for three feet distance between the two persons.”
He went on saying, “Three-foot distance would be maintained between two namazis while a six-foot distance in the lines would be maintained.”
It is pertinent to note that on Sunday, Pakistan has recorded 24 deaths in a single day, as informed by the authorities.
The total number of deaths occurring from the novel coronavirus has reached to 176 across the country. While the total positive coronavirus cases have surged to 8500 in the country.