Karachi: The Government of Sindh imposed ban on Eid-ul-Adha hides collection without getting permission from government authorities.
No one can do Eid-ul-Adha hides collection without the permission of relevant authorities after the Sindh Government ban. According to released notification, no social, political, or religious organization can collect Eid-ul-Adha hides without getting permission from Sindh Government.
In addition, use of loudspeakers, flags, and setting up of camps is prohibited. Carrying weapons and the forced collection of hides will dealt strictly. However, the ban is imposed under the section 144 and investigation will conduct against rules violation.
Punjab Home Department also released the notification to ban Eid-ul-Adha hides collection. However, the notification revealed that organizations which are willing for hides collection should get permission from deputy commissioner office till 15th August.
During Eid ul Adha 2018, five day holiday is expected in Pakistan. Deputy Director of Sharjah Planetarium, Ibrahim Al Jarwan, revealed dates according to astronomical calculations. He said that Arafat Day will likely be observed on Tuesday, August 21, and Eid will be on August 22. In most countries, Eid ul Adha 2018 will be on August 22. However, in Pakistan it is expected to be observed on August 23.
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