Sindh not to lock markets, shopping centers before Eid-e-ul-Azha

Karachi: The government of Sindh has declared at odds with fastening markets and shopping centers before Eid-ul-Azha – provincial information minister stated in a statement on Wednesday –

The government will not further assist the locked down, Minister for information – said by Nasir Hussain Shah.

It is to be claimed here that the Punjab government on Monday set forth to execute a “smart locked down” in the province from zero hours till August 5th to cut down the unfurl of the coronavirus pandemic on the occurrence of Eidul Azha.

Sindh’s Minister claimed that the strict locked down in Punjab is the approval after the provincial government. Sindh will preserve subsisting measures for the locked down in the province.

The malls, shopping centers and markets will resume to remain open till seven in the evening – before Eidul azha. Declared by the minister.

“We will make certain enforcement of the Standard Operating Procedures (SOP’s)” claimed by Nasir Shah.

Lately, Sindh Minister for Auqaf and Irrigation – Sohail Anwar Siyal – claimed that all the shrines in the province, together with Lal Shahbaz Qalandar – will be unfastened for the public with Standard Operating Procedures (SOP’s) just after Eidul Azha.

He stated that during communication at Sehwan, on Wednesday.

The government of Sindh had prematurely decided to unfasten the sanctum of the Lal Shahbaz Qalandar for the sightseer’s maintaining the standard operating procedures (SOP’s).

The shrine was fastened on 14th of March 2020, by the provincial government to cease the extent of the lethal virus.

It is to be acknowledged that the yearly “Urs” of Sufi saint Lal Shahbaz Qalandar was lined up to transpire at the shrine at Sehwan Sharif from 12th of April, was also declined.

It is declared by DC that it was approximated that 1.2 million come upon the Sehwan city of annual ‘Urs’ honouring of Lal Shahbaz Qalandar therefore it will be hazard for the admirers to gather at Sehwan due to outburst of the mortal virus.