The Punjab government has launched Bakra Mandi, an online application to buy sacrificial animals in front of Id-ul-Aja, for fear of the spread of COVID-19.
Reconciliation beings can be obtained by application without visiting the cattle market established in the region under strict SOP COVID-19.
This application contains photos of creatures and other details about them, taking into account their age, weight and race. It should be noted here that the Punjab government released the Standard Work Method (SOP) on 4 July to create a livestock market related to Eid al-Adha.
According to a statement from the Punjab Ministry of Health, livestock markets must be built up to 2-5 km from the outer limits of the city. The market must have an open stop section with an isolated focus point for the part and exit, the message says. The government prevents parents and children from dying.
The government has also approved online animal sacrifice because it plans to allow several seminars and other charitable activities to conduct animal sacrifice together.
It is said that SOPs must be implemented when sacrificial animals are imported within the city limits. Reuters