Over 100 Panahgahs, across the country, wore a festive look on the first day of holy month of Ramazan as hundreds of thousands fasting labourers and daily wage earners broke their fast irst Roza in an environment of compassion and sharing.
The festive spirit was witnessed at half a dozen Panahgahs (Shelter Homes) in the twin cities of Rawalpindi and Islamabad, where poor workers, homeless and migrant labourers enjoyed nutritious food during Sehar and Iftar.
In a modest serving, fresh fruits, snacks, fritters and beverages are a regular feature of Iftar at all the Panahgahs.
Iftar and Sehar are being served with great enthusiasm, yet strict adherence to the anti-coronavirus standard operating procedures (SOPs) to ward off the looming threat of its outbreak at such crowded places.
The anti-Covid-19 SOPs such as mask-wearing, hand-washing and physical distancing are strictly being followed at all the Panahgahs.