Srinagar: Chairperson of Jammu and Kashmir (Indian-administered) Waqf Board Dr. Darakhshan Andrabi has said that the performance of Eid prayers in the historic Eidgah Srinagar depends on the weather conditions:
Azadi Times: He said that it was the job of the Waqf Board to make the pilgrimage places of Jammu and Kashmir as beautiful as possible. “The lieutenant governor himself came here to review the preparations for Eid Ul Adha and saw that all arrangements were being made,” he said.
He said: “It is the job of the Waqf Board to make all the shrines beautiful and beautiful so that people can have peace of mind.” Andrabi said that the performance of Eid prayers at the Eid Gah depends on the weather.
He said: “If the weather allows, it is possible to offer prayers there. Yes, but the weather is not good. It is raining. There is a lot of cleaning work to be done. I don’t think it can be completed in two or three days. ” Gone but the weather let us.