The government forbids bathing or swimming in canals or rivers.

District administrations have been instructed by the Punjab Home Department to implement the prohibition and stop people from bathing or swimming in rivers and canals.

In order to provide efficient supervision throughout the Eid celebrations, this control room will be staffed around-the-clock and will compile reports from all districts.
The Home Department has also outlawed the public burning of sacrificed animals’ heads and trotters on Eid.

Following the June 7 sighting of the Zil Hajj moon, Pakistan will celebrate Eid ul Adha on June 17.

The Muslim faithful celebrate two Eid celebrations, Eidul Adha and the Feast of Sacrifice, to remember Prophet Ibrahim’s willingness to offer his son as a sacrifice to God. commemorated customarily by the killing of animals, the flesh of which is distributed to the underprivileged and family members.

Throughout the three days of Eid, the devout slay their sacrificed animals in commemoration of Prophet Ibrahim’s custom.

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