City organizations offer Qurbani services
GK NEWS NETWORK
Srinagar, Nov 9: Here’s some good news for those who want to go for Qurbani on Eid ul Azha but can’t conduct it of their own.
Some City organizations have started offering the Qurbani services whereby the aspirants can get the Qurbani done without the involvement of their physical presence.
Such Qurbani service advertisements have started doing rounds in the print and electronic media.
Take the case of Jamia Arabia Ashraf-ul-Uloom, Hyderpora. “The Jamia is going to organize Qurbani of animals on Eid-ul-Duha @ Rs1500/ and Rs 4000 depending on the choice of the aspirants,” said Molvi Muhammad Yaqoob Rashidi, the Jamia incharge.
Rashidi said like the Middle East, the practice was vogue elsewhere in India where aspirants find it convenient way for Qurbani.
“There are reasons because of which some people can’t offer Qurbani of their own… Some find getting a butcher difficult, some find the Qurbani distribution difficult while others could have economical constraints,” said Molvi Sageer Ahmed.
Pertinently, observers said Al Rajie Bank, in Saudi Arabia offers similar services for the Hajj pilgrims.
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