BSS-17 Ctg to celebrate Eid-ul-Azha tomorrow




Ctg to celebrate Eid-ul-Azha tomorrow

CHATTOGRAM, Aug 21, 2018 (BSS)- The Eid-ul-Azha will be celebrated in
the city as elsewhere in the district with the spirit of sacrifice, total
surrender to the Almighty Allah in line with the inherent teachings of the
holy occasion.

Nearly 260 Eid congregations at mosques and selected open spaces
including at M A Aziz Stadium and Jamiatul Falah Mosque (two successively)
will be held in the city under the auspices of Chittagong City Corporation
(CCC) and Chattogram Central Eid Jamaat Committee (CCEJC).

Local administration, CCC and CCEJC sources said decoration of Eid
venues have been completed in the city under the auspices of Chattogram
district administration, Metropolitan Police, and other religious
organizations for celebration of the festival with due solemnity and
religious fervour.

The two grand Eid Jammats under the auspices of CCC will be held at
Jamiatul Falah Complex Mosque at 7.45 am and 8.30 am. The first Jamaat will
be conducted by Khatib of the Mosque Principal Mowlana Abu Taleb Mohammad
Alauddin Al Quadery and the second one will be led by its Senior Pesh Imam
Mowlana Nur Mohammad Siddiqui.

Another main Eid congregation will be held at MA Aziz stadium at 7.45

Eid Jamaats will also be held at different venues including Andarkillah
Shahi Jame Mosque, Laldighi Maidan, Parade ground, Pologround Maidan, Shah
Amanat Shah (R) Dargah Maidan, Port Colony Jam-e-Mosque, Metropolitan Police
line Maidan, Agrabad Jamboree field and Baizeed Bostami (R) Dargah maidan at
the same time.

CCC will also arrange a total of 165 Eid congregations on the occasion
of Eid-Ul-Azha at its 41 Ward under the supervision of the concerned ward

Soon after the Eid congregations, the day’s ritual,slaughtering of
sacrificial animals, will be done with festivity.

The authorities concerned had taken adequate security measures by
deploying RAB, Police and Ansars at various strategic points in the city to
keep vigil on law and order situation during before and after Eid emphasizing
over cattle hide trading and any attempt to smuggle those.

To mark the occasion, improved diets would be distributed among the
inmates of the hospitals, jails, orphanages, and also in youth and juveniles
centers run by the Social Welfare departments.

CCC sources said nearly 3,000 contingency staffs have been engaged
throughout the city with adequate number of waste disposing vehicles to
remove the garbage and waste of the sacrificial animals.