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Islamabad

January 2, 2015
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Arrangements for celebrating

Islamabad

January 2, 2015

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Rawalpindi
Arrangements to celebrate Eid Milad un Nabi with religious fervour and great enthusiasm on January 4 are in full swing in all parts of Rawalpindi city and cantonment areas.
The representatives of traders associations of their respective union councils, tehsil councils are fully active to decorate streets with colourful buntings besides illuminating their shops, offices and buildings. The religious persons belonging to different groups have displayed banners on all streets, bazaars and markets to express their love with Holy Prophet Hazrat Mohammad (peace be upon him).
On the directions of the city district government, the buildings of government offices have been beautifully decorated with colourful lights. At night the city and cantonment areas give a festive look.
Apart from arrangements to celebrate the day, the traders and shopkeepers are playing naats in their shops exhibiting their affection with Holy Prophet Hazrat Mohammad (peace be upon him).
Imams at mosques in their daily sermons after ‘Fajr’ and ‘Isha’ prayers highlight the teachings and principles of Prophet Muhammad (peace be upon him).
However, due to work on Metro Bus Project being carried out from Mall Road to Faizabad, no illumination and banners have been displayed by the concerned civic body, Rawal Town Tehsil Administration. Apart from it, all localities, markets and bazaars in Banni, Saddar, Tench, People’s Colony, Kashmir Road, Commercial Market, Saidpur Road, New Katarian, Lalazar, Dheri Hassanabad, Tulsa Chowk, Kamalabad, Sadiqabad, Muslim Town, Khayaban-e-Sir Syed, Westridge, Dhoke Farman Ali, Raja Bazaar, Dhamial etc have been fully decorated with colourful lights and buntings.

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