SRINAGAR — Jammu and Kashmir Waqf Board Chairperson Darakhshan Andrabi on Tuesday said that the Congregational Eid prayers are likely to be offered at the historic Eidgah in Srinagar for the first time in three years.
Andrabi said this after conducting a review of the preparations for the congregational prayers that are offered after the culmination of the holy month of Ramadan, PTI reported.
If the weather permits, the prayers would be offered at the Eidgah this year, she said adding that this year, the Eid namaz will be offered at the Eidgah. There is a good atmosphere in Kashmir now and it is the administration’s endeavour to have the Eid namaz at the Eidgah.
She said, today, Kashmir wants peace, development and prosperity. Let us not think about the past, she said.
She further said the Eidgah is the face of the city and it will be developed and made better with proper facilities.