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Eid Jamaat schedule in the mosques of Chandpur

Eid Jamaat schedule in the mosques of Chandpur.Holy Eid-ul-Fitr is approaching. In the global corona situation, there will be no Eid Jamaat in any Eidgah of the country. Instead, Eid Jamaat will be held in the mosque under special arrangements. According to the decision of the mosque committee, the schedule of Eid prayers will be fixed, said Ifa Chandpur.

Eid Jamaat is being held in different mosques of Chandpur following the health rules and safety. The members of the respective committees will meet and determine the time of Eid Jamaat. The schedule of congregations of some mosques is already known.

According to the information received, Eid Jamaat is being held at 8 am in Collectorate and Chowdhury Jame Masjid, Police Line,Government College Jame Masjid, Chairman Ghat Baitul Aman Jame Mosque and Babur Hat Jame Masjid.

The second congregation at Police Line Jame Mosque is at 9 am, Begum Mosque at 8.15 am, 2nd Jamaat at Chandpur Government College Mosque at 8.30 am, 1st Jamaat at Bus Stand Gore-e-Gariba Mosque at 7.30 am, 2nd Jamaat at 8.15 am.

The first congregation will be held at 8.15 am and the second congregation at 9.30 am at Chishtia Jame Mosque.

People are instructed to first enter the mosque by doing spray, wash their hands with soap, line up to mainta social distance and enter the mosque using the obligatory masks.

There are 3 congregations in the historic Hajiganj Bara Jame Mosque

This time 3 congregations of Eid-ul-Fitr will be held in the largest, ancient and historical Hajiganj Bara Jame Mosque of Chandpur district following special hygiene rules.

The mosque committee has decided to take all necessary steps to perform the Eid-ul-Fitr prayers at the historic Hajiganj Bara Jame Mosque. The first Jamaat will be at 6:30 am, the second will be at 8 am and the third congregation will be held at 10 am.

In addition, there will be special traffic arrangements, police and volunteers to maintain law and order.

Correspondent: Abdul Ghoni, May 13,2021