Sri Lanka changed decision to burn dead bodies of covid dead Muslims, said - difficult to implement immediately

Sri Lanka changed decision to burn dead bodies of covid dead Muslims, said - difficult to implement immediately

Colombo : In Sri Lanka it will take some time for the implementation of the decision to compulsorily cremate Muslims who died of Kovid-19 and the decision to bury the dead as the necessary guidelines have not yet been issued in this regard. . A senior health department official gave this information on Saturday.

Amidst the criticism internationally, the Sri Lankan government has made changes to the mandate to essentially burn the bodies of those who died of Kovid-19. By this order, people belonging to minority communities including Muslims were being deprived of their religious rights. In a gazetted notification issued in April last year, the government made the changes on Thursday. According to the new notification both cremation and burial may be performed.

For the last 10 months, the Muslim and Christian minorities and international groups of the country essentially forced the government to end the cremation policy. Asela Gunawardena, senior health department official, said, "It will take some time as the guidelines on many sides are yet to be decided and issued." The Sri Lankan government, citing health reasons, made it mandatory to cremate the bodies of those who died of Kovid-19 instead of burying them.  


The first Rosa to be held in Saudi on April 13, the imperative of covering the restaurant curtain during Ramadan in Dubai is over

The first Rosa to be held in Saudi on April 13, the imperative of covering the restaurant curtain during Ramadan in Dubai is over

Dubai: Ramadan month is very important for Muslim society. The holy month of Ramadan begins after the moon is seen all over the world. Meanwhile, Gulf News has reported that the moon was not seen in Saudi Arabia on Sunday 11 April, so there will be the first Rosa on 13 April. The Supreme Court of Saudi Arabia had appealed to the people to see the moon of Ramadan, but the moon could not be seen anywhere, in such a situation, it has been announced by the Saudi Supreme Court that the moon could not be seen anywhere in the country on Sunday. Hence, the first Rosa will be on 13 April. According to experts, on 13 April, the month of Ramadan is probably starting from 13 April 2021 in other countries of the world.

On the other hand, steps have been taken to close the long-standing imperative in Dubai that required all restaurants to be covered with curtains during daytime during Ramadan so that the food items could be removed from the eyes of the fasting people. Stay The economic development department here announced the move on Sunday with a view to promoting tourism. Government news agency WAM said, "Restaurants will be able to serve food to customers without putting curtains on it."

Earlier it was mandatory to put curtains. "It said," This new order will replace those orders issued in earlier years which required covering of catering parts for the fasting of the people. " Under the rules, restaurants will no longer need to obtain special permits to serve food during the day. In the Arab countries of the Gulf, fines are imposed on eating and drinking in public during Ramadan, and a person doing so can also get caught in legal issues. However Dubai is changing the rules to promote tourism.