Order of action against organizations collecting skins by changing the name of Punjab Home Department

According to the report of Baaghi TV, the Punjab Home Department has ordered action against the organizations which have changed their names.

The Punjab Home Department has directed the police to take stern action against the banned organizations which have been collecting sacrificial skins under different names.

The Home Department has directed that no banned organization should be allowed to set up camp on the occasion of Eid. If any banned organization or its workers are found collecting sacrificial skins, the skins should be confiscated immediately. Cases should be registered against the accused.

Eid-ul-Adha is being celebrated with religious fervor across Pakistan.

On the occasion of Eid-ul-Adha, small and large gatherings were held in the mosques in which a large number of people participated. People offered sacrifices following the Sunnah of Abraham. Due to the corona virus, corona SOPs were observed in mosques and festivals.

The largest Eid prayer gathering in the federal capital Islamabad was held at the Faisal Mosque in which a large number of people offered special prayers for national security, stability and eradication of Corona. Eid prayers were offered at other places including Badshahi Mosque in Lahore. Prayers were offered for the prosperity of the country. A large number of people also offered Eid prayers in different areas of Faisalabad. Eid prayers were offered at Darbar Shah Rakn Alam in Multan.

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