The holy Eid-e-Miladunnabi, marking the birth and demise of the Prophet Hazrat Muhammad(SM), was observed across the country on Wednesday amid due religious fervour and solemnity, according to reports sent by our different district correspondents.
Our Chattogram correspondent reports, a colourful rally of 47th ‘Jasne Julush’ was brought out from city’s Sholosohor Alamgir Khankha sharif at about 8.30 am. The rally was led by eminent Islamic scholar of the subcontinent Sayed Hamed Shah, son of Allama Taher Shah of Pakistan.
Hundreds of followers of the Islami saint thronged Chattogram Shah Amanat International Airport to give welcome reception to him.
He attended several Islami Mahfil on the day in the port city like every year.
Amir Hossain Sohel, convenor of ‘Jasne Julush’ media cell claimed that nearly 60,00,000 Muslim devotees from different countries including India, Pakistan, and Bangladesh in attended the Jasne Julush.
Besides, Sufi Mizanur Rahman, Chairman of PHP Family, Allema Obidul Hoque Noyomi, Mufti Mohammad Ashiur Rahman, and Principal of Jamea Ahemadia Sunnia Alleia Madrasa accompanied Sayed Hamed Shah. Thousands of people from all over the country arrived in the port city early Wednesday to take part in the Jasne Julush arranged by Anjuman-e-Rahmania Ahmadia Sunnia Trust.
After parading the main streets of the city the rally ended at the Jamia Ahmadia Sunnia Madrasa ground at about 1.30 pm. Later, they offered a special prayer seeking divine blessings of Almighty Allah for peace, progress and prosperity of the country and welfare of the Muslim Ummah following a discussion.
Decorated trucks, cars, vans and other vehicles carrying colourful banners, festoons and green flags inscribed with verses of the holy Quran and poetic versions praising the Prophet (SM) were used in the rally.
The rally paraded the city’s Muradpur, Panchliash, Chawkbazar, Siraj-u-Dullah road, Andarkilla, Momin road and ended on the Jamia Ahmadia Sunnia Madrasa ground at about 1.30 pm.
Pious Muslims of Chattogram visited different shrines and mosques the city is full of; which were kept open throughout the whole day and night of Wednesday.
Different areas of the city including New Market, GEC intersections, Soloshahar, Panchlaash Chawkbazar, Nasirabad, Andarkillah and Muradpur areas experienced a prolonged traffic congestion for at least four hours from 8.40 am as the procession passed the roads.
Important road corners and road islands of the city were decorated with big size arches, colourful festoons and banners inscribed with Kalema Tayyeba and verses of the holy Quran and Hadith. Moreover, the National Flag and ‘Kalima Teayiba’ written banner was displayed in the important traffic zones of port city and the light posts.
Our Rajshahi correspondent reports, the day was observed as elsewhere in the country with due religious fervor on Wednesday.
The traditional colourful rally ‘Jasne Julush’ was brought out from city’s Saheb Bazar area around 8:30am. The rally ended at Shah Mukhdum Dargah Mosque after parading the main city thoroughfares.
Later, participants of the rally offered a special prayer seeking divine blessings of Almighty Allah for peace, progress and prosperity of the country and welfare of the Muslim Ummah.
Special prayers, Zikir, Doa and Milad Mahfil, discussion, feeding of orphans and destitute and processions to welcome the holy Miladunnabi were the main features of the event.