Srinagar / Lucknow : Muslim scholars said on Tuesday that the fasting of Kovid-19 vaccine will not break the fast, so the fasting dose can be taken in the month of Ramadan. Darul Ifta Farangi Mahal in Lucknow has also issued a fatwa saying that vaccine doses can be taken during Ramadan. Darul Ifta Farangi Mahal has said in one of its edicts that the fasting of Corona vaccine will not break the fast, so a fasting dose can be taken during the month of Ramadan.
In this important fatwa given by Darul Ifta on Tuesday, it has been said that the corona vaccine drug enters the body of the human body, not inside the stomach, so fasting will not break the fast. Muslims should not delay in getting Kovid-19 vaccine only because of fasting. PunjabKesariAbdurrashid Kidwai, a citizen of Bhopal, capital of Madhya Pradesh, asked Darul Ifta, "A terrible disease like Kovid-19 is at its peak at the moment. To prevent this, vaccine supplements are being given through needles. Its two Doses will be given. We have taken the first dose several days ago. The second dose will be given in Ramadan. You have to know whether the vaccine can be taken in the condition of fasting? "
Jammu and Kashmir chief Mufti Nasir-ul-Islam also said that a person who is fasting can take a dose of the vaccine. Islam said, "The dose of anti-Kovid-19 vaccine will not break Rosa." He said, "Vaccines are not considered food or beverages. This will not give people the strength to fight hunger." The Mufti appealed to people to take vaccine supplements to prevent the spread of the infection.
Another religious scholar, Mufti Zia-ul-Haq, said that religion allows taking a needle or vaccine during Roza. However, he said that if anyone suspects he can take the vaccine dose after breaking Roja. "In the evening the medical team may not be able to deliver the vaccine, so it is advisable to take the vaccine dose during Rosa to defeat the infection," he said.
During Ramadan last year, Muslim scholars advised the people to follow the standard operating procedure issued by the government and to pray at home.