Streets crowded with animals for Eid-ul-Adha

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City Reporter

Streets of the provincial capital are looking crowded with sacrificial animals including goats, sheep, camels and cows which have been bought by the citizens for sacrifice on Eid-ul-Adha.
As Eid days are getting closer, the citizens have been buying more animals for sacrifice and children are enjoying these temporary guests at their homes. Saleha, a kid told this scribe that she and her friends are very happy after buying goats and said they felt excited over going out with these loving animals.
Zaheer Ali, a buyer in the goat market, said that prices of animals were high, however, he had come to purchase a sheep as it was not only obligation of the religion.

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