Notice of strict restrictions from Eid till 5th August
Published : 14 Jul 2021, 14:55
Eid-ul-Azha is one of the special days of the Muslim world. This holy day of devout Muslims is celebrated with various events. Involved with it is the calculation of the profit and loss of the state. The government has relaxed all restrictions imposed from midnight on Wednesday to 8 am on July 23 in the interest of respecting the feelings of religious people, conducting business before Eid, and keeping the country's socio-economic condition and economic activities normal.
The whole world is in a state of shock during this global epidemic. In April-May of this year, the effect of new variants of Corona increased the severity of the disease. To cope with the shock, the government decided to impose a severe shutdown from June 1 this year.
However, the Cabinet Division has issued a notification imposing new restrictions on July 23 from 8 am to 12 noon on August 5. The notification was issued on Tuesday afternoon.
The decision was taken in the interest of celebrating the holy Eid-ul-Azha, public transport, conducting pre-Eid business and trade, socio-economic condition of the country, and keeping the economic activities normal, the circular said. However, at this time, the public must be vigilant and strictly follow the hygiene rules, including wearing a mask.
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