Eid-e-Miladunnabi observed in Ctg

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CHATTOGRAM, Nov 21, 2018 (BSS)- The holy Eid-e-Miladunnabi, marking the
birth and demise of the Prophet Hazrat Muhammad(SM), was observed in the port
city as elsewhere in the country today with due religious fervour and
solemnity.

On the occasion, a colourful rally of 47th ‘Jasne Julush’ was brought
out from city’s Sholosohor Alamgir Khankha sharif at about 8.30 am. The rally
was led by Sayed Hamed Shah son of Allama Taher Shah from Pakistan.

Amir Hossain Sohel, convenor of ‘Jasne Julush’ Media Cell claimed that
nearly sixty lakh Muslim devotees from all over the country took part in the
Jasne Julush.

Besides, Sufi Mizanur Rahman, Chairman of PHP Family, Allema Obidul
Hoque Noyomi, Mufti Mohammad Ashiur Rahman, and Principal of Jamea Ahemadia
Sunnia Alleia Madrasa accompanied Sayed Hamed Shah. Thousands of people from
all over the country arrived in the port city early Wednesday to take part in
the Jasne Julush arranged by Anjuman-e-Rahmania Ahmadia Sunnia Trust.

After parading the main streets of the city the rally ended at the Jamia
Ahmadia Sunnia Madrasa ground at about 1.30 pm. Later, they offered a special
prayer seeking divine blessings of Almighty Allah for peace, progress and
prosperity of the country and welfare of the Muslim Ummah following a
discussion.

Decorated trucks, cars, vans and other vehicles carrying colourful
banners, festoons and green flags inscribed with verses of the holy Quran and
poetic versions praising the Prophet (SM) were used in the rally.

The rally paraded the city’s Muradpur, Panchliash, Chawkbazar, Siraj-u-
Dullah road, Andarkilla, Momin road and ended on the Jamia Ahmadia Sunnia
Madrasa ground at about 1.30 pm.

Different areas of the city including New Market, GEC intersections,
Soloshahar, Panchlaash Chawkbazar, Nasirabad, Andarkillah and Muradpur areas
experienced a prolonged traffic congestion for at least four hours from 8.40
am as the procession passed the roads.

Important road corners and road islands of the city were decorated with
big size arches, colourful festoons and banners inscribed with Kalema Tayyeba
and verses of the holy Quran and Hadith. Moreover, the National Flag and
‘Kalima Teayiba’ written banner was displayed in the important traffic zones
of port city and the light posts.

Chattogram Metropolitan police took tight security arrangements to
ensure peaceful celebration of the Eid-e-Miladunnabi.

Local chapter of Islamic Foundation Bangladesh, Darbar-e-Ishapuri in
Fatikchhari, Maijbhandari Gousia Haq Committee, Islamic Front Bangladesh
Chattogram city unit, Darul Arkam Academy, Baitush Sharaf Complex, Uttar
Kattali Amanat Ullah Shah Para Eid-e-Miladunnabi Udjapon Parishad organized
separate Doa and Zikir Mahfils, discussions to observe the day.

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