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Maha mulls to sale and purchase goats online for upcoming Bakri Eid amid COVID-19


PTI, Jul 16, 2020, 11:13 AM IST

Mumbai: The Maharashtra government will set up an online mechanism for the sale and purchase of goats for the upcoming Bakri Eid festival, state minister Aslam Shaikh said on Wednesday, July 15.

“No permission will be given to celebrate any festival in coronavirus containment zones,” he said.

He said that while guidelines for Eid will be framed soon, gathering of people for ‘qurbani’ (sacrifice) of goats will not be allowed.

Markets will be allowed only on open grounds, an official statement quoted the Mumbai city guardian minister as saying.

“Big markets like Deonar will not be permitted this time,” he said.

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