SRINAGAR: A meeting of the Anjuman-e-Awqaf Jamia Masjid Srinagar presided over by the Anjuman President, Mirwaiz Umar Farooq and attended by senior members of the Anjuman was held at the organisations headquarters Jamia Masjid Srinagar on Tuesday.
During the meeting, final shape was given to preparations and arrangements for Laylat al-Qadr (Night of Decree), Jumu’atul-Wida (The last Friday prayers in the month of Ramadan) and Eid ul Fitr for the people coming to offer prayers and it was resolved to provide every possible facility to the Nimazis coming to Jamia Masjid, Srinagar from far-flung areas.
The meeting took the decision that Jumu’atul-Wida prayers would be held at 2:30 pm while the Mirwaiz would start his Waiz-o-Tableeg from 12:30 pm.
It was also decided that Isha (late evening) prayers on Laylat al-Qadr would be held at 10 pm, which would be followed by a Waiz-o-Tableeg Majlis while Eid-ul-Fitr prayers would be held at Eidgah Srinagar at 9:45 am while the Mirwaiz would shed light on Eid-ul-Fitr and the philosophy of Ramadan from 8:45 am.
On the occasion, the Mirwaiz stressed upon the office bearers and members of the Anjuman to ensure uninterrupted power and water supply, cleanliness, furnishing and other necessary amenities for the people coming to offer prayers at Jamia Masjid during the Ten Days of Salvation of the Ramadan so that no one faces any problem.
During the meeting, it was decided that the Anjuman office bearers and members would get in touch with all the concerned departments including Power, Waterworks, Drainage, Municipality, Traffic etc for ensuring uninterrupted power and water supply, better traffic management and cleanliness on the occasion of Laylat al-Qadr and Jumu’atul-Wida during these hot summer days.
The members of the Anjuman Awqaf assured Mirwaiz that besides maintaining sanctity of Jamia Masjid, Srinagar on the occasion of Laylat al-Qadr and Jumu’atul-Wida, they would discharge their religious and social duties in a positive manner. (PTK)
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