In assembly with President Alvi, Ulema urge Opposition events to postpone rallies


President Arif Alvi throughout an interview. Photo: File LAHORE: In a consultative assembly with President Arif Alvi to evaluation the implementation of coronavirus SOPs within the nation, the Ulema have urged the political events to postpone the rallies conserving in view the worsening state of affairs of the pandemic.Addressing a press convention after the assembly, President Alvi stated that akin to the federal government, non secular students have additionally expressed their concern over the rising variety of circumstances within the nation through the ongoing second wave of the an infection.”It has been decided that a day of prayer will be observed on December 4,” President Alvi stated. “The Ulema have also urged people to be careful when they are going to markets and other crowded places.”President Alvi stated that again in April, non secular students had absolutely assisted the federal government with the implementation of the SOPs, including that the Ulema agree with the federal government’s stance and have appealed to the opposition to postpone public rallies to include the virus.”On behalf of the state, I would like to recognise religious scholars’ efforts in spreading the message of discipline without which we would not have been able to control the spread of the virus during the first wave,” the president stated.He added that folks look as much as the Ulema, subsequently, they play a vital position in society.”All religious scholars have unanimously agreed that people should combine precautions and prayers in order to achieve success, just like they did during the first wave,” President Alvi stated.All provincial governors, Federal Minister for Religious Affairs and Interfaith Harmony Noorul Haq Qadri and Interior Miniter Ijaz Shah have been in attendance. Prior to the assembly, Governor Punjab Mohammad Sarwar stated the federal government will finalise SOPs in session with the Ulema. Sarwar urged all sections of society to play their position in containing the unfold of the virus.”PDM should also stop holding rallies and save the public from the coronavirus,” he stated.Alarm bells Pakistan’s variety of energetic COVID-19 circumstances surged above 50,000 on Wednesday because the nation continues its fights towards the second wave of the virus.In the most recent figures from the National Command and Operations Centre (NCOC), Pakistan reported 3,499 new infections within the final 24 hours, elevating the whole tally to 406,810 as energetic circumstances climbed to 51,654.The NCOC knowledge reveals the pandemic’s tempo in Pakistan has quickened because the tally crossed 400,000 on December 1 with a minimum of 29,881 new circumstances reported within the final 10 days solely.