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Police visit mosques to convince citizens to offer prayers at home

Islamabad

March 28, 2020

Rawalpindi : To ensure implementation on directives of the government to make social distancing and seeking preventive measures against Coronavirus pandemic, police officials make visits to mosques in different areas of the city here on Friday to convince people to say Friday prayers at home.

On instructions from CPO Rawalpindi DIG Muhammad Ahsan Younis, police officials including SPs, SHOs and police personnel made visits to the Mosques to convince Ulemas and clerics as well as public to say Friday prayers at homes.

Police officials informed Ulemas and public on directives of the government for preventive measures against Coronavirus pandemic.

Police officials utilizing loudspeakers of Masajid also appealed to public to stay inside homes and restrict unnecessary movement out of their homes.

Ulemas and Mashaykh were also appealed by senior police officials to educate public on preventive measures of the government for public to stay safe by staying inside their homes.

CPO Rawalpindi along with respective SPs and SHOs also paid visit to various mosques and convince public and religious scholars to stay safe by seeking preventive measures against Coronavirus pandemic.

Police employing all available resources to ensure safety of the citizens in accordance of the directives of the government to control outbreak of Coronavirus, said CPO Rawalpindi DIG Muhammad Ahsan Younis.

Citizens were also appealed by senior police officials to stay inside the homes through announcements from police mobile vans to ensure their safety against Coronavirus pandemic.