Ehtram-e-Ramazan Ordinance strictly enforced


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Commissioner Sukkur Shafiwue Ahmed Mahesar on Saturday has said that the Ehteram-e-Ramazan Ordinance will be strictly enforced in the division during the holy month. People can only offer Taraweeh prayers at their home. He said, keeping the restrictions on businesses intact during Ramazan, the Sindh government on has imposed banned makeshift food stalls selling Iftar items as they could become a source of COVID-19 transmission due to attracting a large number of shoppers.
However, the food retailers have been allowed to sell Iftar items through home delivery service only. The Commissioner Sukkur has warned all the business units, shops, manufacturing and non-manufacturing units that if they were found violating the SOPs for the COVID-19 emergency, they will be immediately closed.
Security plan finalized for Ramazan: Muzaffargarh Police have finalized security plan for Ramazan-ul-Mubarak to avoid any untoward incident during the holy month. According to police sources, more than 1200 officials of police department would be deployed on security duty at 683 worship places across the district during month of Ramazan. The police have divided worship places in three categories as per the sensitivity.
District Police Officer (DPO) Syed Nadeem Abbas said that police officials would also ensure implementation of government instructions regarding coronavirus.—APP

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