Tableeghi Jamaat postpones Islamabad ijtema: The Tableeghi Jamaat’s management on Tuesday determined to postpone its yearly ijtema (congregation) which was expected to be kept in Islamabad from April 1-4.
This was revealed by the Minister for Inside Sheikh Rasheed on Twitter. The minister claimed he had actually asked for the religious organisation to hold off the occasion owing to a surge in COVID-19 cases.
“I am really grateful to the Management of “Tableeghi Jamaat” that ON MY DEMAND, they have actually postponed their annual ‘IJTEMA’ in Islamabad, arranged from 1st to 4th April. The request was made in view of the boosting situations of COVID-19 in the City. #NCOC #COVID 19,” he tweeted.
The ijtema was supposed to be held in the city from April1-4.
Islamabad has actually seen a rise in coronavirus situations as the third wave of the infection magnifies throughout the country.
According to most recent data from the National Command and Procedure Centre, Islamabad has 6,126 active coronavirus situations while the number of dead from the infection has actually risen to 563.