Sacrificial Rituals Continue on the Third Day of Eid al-Adha

News Desk2 weeks ago

Muslims celebrate the Feast of Sacrifice, Eidul Adha, with tremendous religious fervor in remembrance of Hazrat Ibrahim (AS) and Hazrat Ismael (AS).

On the third day of Eid, the devout slaughter their sacrificed animals in commemoration of Sunnat-e Ibrahimi.

Read more: Eidul Adha: A Day of Sacrifice and Spiritual Renewal for Muslims

During the three days of Eidul Adha, municipal administrations in cities and towns have been alert and have made specific provisions for the disposal of offal and the carcasses of killed animals.

In certain parts of Karachi, the carcasses of sacrificed animals are being removed on time. Neighbors have also complained that sanitary staff are failing to remove offal, leaving the public in unsanitary conditions.

One of the two Eid celebrations celebrated by Muslims is Eidul Adha, which honors Prophet Ibrahim’s willingness to offer God his own son as a sacrifice. commemorated customarily by the killing of animals, the flesh of which is distributed to the underprivileged and family members.

The three-day Eid holiday, which will run from Monday to Wednesday, has been declared by the Pakistani government.

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