In involved Kashmir, without precedent for the historical backdrop of Kashmir, the IOK organization refused the congregational social affair at the Kashmir’s worshipped hallowed place of Hazratbal in Srinagar on the eve of Eid-e-Milad-un Nabi (SAW), the birth commemoration of Prophet Muhammad (SAW).

Consistently, a huge number of individuals travel from far away locale of Kashmir to reach Hazratbal place of worship for night-long petitions on the eve of twelfth Rabi-ul-Awal, the birth commemoration of adored Prophet (SAW). They initially take an interest in the night-long supplications for atonement and afterward have the look at the blessed relic of Prophet (SAW) after Fajr (pre-sunrise petitions). The sacred relic at that point be shown after each petition of the day on twelfth Rabi-ul-Awal, where passionate scenes would be seen each time the relic was being shown.

In any case, this year, without precedent for the history, no social affairs were permitted at Hazratbal hallowed place. A top security official told media that an arrangement had been conceived that involves to guarantee no significant group or assembling happens at Hazratbal altar on Milad. “We won’t enable anyone from locale to walk towards Hazratbal hallowed place… ,” he stated, wishing not to be named. He said that extra security organization will be set up crosswise over Srinagar including Hazratbal and its abutting zones.

The choice to boycott the petitions at the Hazaratbal place of worship has harmed the strict opinions of individuals of Kashmir, who have enthusiastic and profound connection with the hallowed place as it houses the heavenly relic of Prophet Muhammad (SAW). “This is immediate strict obstruction. Individuals of Kashmir would sit tight during the current day during the time to have look at blessed relic, however today, we are not we can’t go to the holy place,” said Abdur Rashid Makhdoomi, an inhabitant of downtown Srinagar.

A senior guardian at the Hazratbal place of worship said that they have made every one of the courses of action for the Eid-e-Milad un-Nabi (SAW) to be seen on twelfth Rabi-ul-Awal and furthermore for the night-long supplications otherwise called Shab-e-Milad (SAW). “We don’t have the foggiest idea what number of individuals would turn up for night-long supplications and on the following day when relic will be shown for aficionados for five times each day,” he said.

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