Jama Masjid will reopen from July 4 with conditions

Permission was also given to open religious places across the country from June 8 in Unlock-1 between Corona, but after seeing the situation, after opening the Jama Masjid of Delhi on June 8, once again on June 11 to June 30 situation was uncontrollable. 

After reviewing the situation, on Tuesday, it was announced that on July 4, the historic Jama Masjid of Delhi will once again be opened for people. 

The Shahi Imam of Jama Masjid, Syed Ahmed Bukhari, said that the measures to protect the corona are being followed by all.

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Imam Bukhari said that after the consultation, it was decided that the mosque would be opened to the public from July 4. The lockdown remains in Delhi from 10 pm to 5 am. Since Fajr prayers take place before five o’clock in the morning, people will perform Fajr prayers in their homes. 

Fajr prayers in Jama Masjid will be performed by the Imam, Mujazin, and the staff of the mosque at the moment. The mosque will be open for common Namazis from 9 am to 10 pm. 

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People will be given entry after seeing the temperature from gate number-1. Apart from this, no entry will be given in the mosque without a mask. 

Apart from this, social distancing is also being asked to take care of the mosque. It was announced from the mosque that it will be good until the danger of corona is reduced, people should offer namaz in their homes.