In view of the increasing prevalence of corona in the state of Maharashtra, strict restrictions have been imposed under the ‘Break the Chain’ order.
There is a curfew in all of Maharashtra and it is banned to come together for any social, religious, political or cultural event.
This year the holy month of Ramadan started on April 13. Ramadan Eid (Eid ul Fitr) will be celebrated on May 13 or 14, 2021 (depending on lunar vision).
Currently, considering the highly contagious situation caused by the second wave of Covid-19 and the increasing number of corona patients, As per the provisions of the order dated April 13, 2021, it is necessary to celebrate Ramadan Eid with special care, an official statement stated on today.
In order to prevent the spread of the Coronavirus, it is advisable for Muslims to observe regular Namaz for Eid-ul-Fitr, Taraweeh and Iftar and not to gather in mosques or public places for all religious activities in their homes and strictly follow the ‘Break the Chain’ order, Do not gather in the mosque or in the open space for Namaz, On the occasion of Ramadan Eid, BMC and local administration have set a time limit for the purchase of goods and it should be strictly followed.
Other than that, don’t rush to the market to buy goods or gather together, In order to control the growing contagion of Covid-19 virus, as there is a curfew in the state under Section 144 of the IPC and there is a curfew at night, peddlers should not set up stalls on the road during the curfew and citizens should not walk on the road without any reason.
No processions, religious, social, cultural or political events should be organized on the occasion of Ramadan Eid. Since religious places are closed, religious leaders, social activists, political leaders and NGOs in the Muslim community should create awareness in connection with the simple celebration of Holy Ramadan Eid.
It is very important to strictly follow the rules of social distance on the day of Ramadan Eid and also to be careful about using masks and sanitisers.
To prevent the outbreak of the Covid-19 virus, it will be mandatory to comply with the rules prescribed by all the concerned government department, the statement added.