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    Shab-e-Barat today but graveyards static lying in filth and squalor

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    Shab-e-Barat today but graveyards static lying in filth and squalor

    Hyderabad: The ceremonial Islamic of Shab-e-Barat falls on the dark of Tuesday, March 7, However, the cleaning of graveyards in the urban center had not been completed in clock for the dark. Many Muslims give money in exchange for goods or services a travel to to the graveyard on Shab-e-Barat.

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    Laylat-ul-Baraat or Badi Raat, as it is also called, is when the Book of Deeds for the following year is , including birth, man and wife, departure from life, and significant events. Thousands of Muslims testament also travel to graveyards to beg for the departed souls. Now, they were forced to free from dirt the surface area around the graves of the kinfolk members as debris and refuse had not been removed.

    Each year, the Greater Hyderabad Municipal Corporation (GHMC) approves the works for almost every greater in scope or effect Muslim graveyard across the urban center, but contractors have got not completed the chore. As per the sources, the sympathetic procedure was held on Sunday, and yet hardly thirty percentage of works were done in all graveyards in the urban center. Corporators complained that a indefinite but relatively small number contractors had succeeded in getting the contracts by bidding a little amount against the estimates and carrying out substandard works.

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    Muslims said that when they visited one of the biggest graveyards of the urban center, Daira Mir Momin, at Sultan Shahi in Old urban center, they found debris and refuse disseminate around the graves. Firasat Ali Baqri said, “We are forced to clean the area around the graves of our family members as debris and garbage has not been removed.”

    There are several such graveyards, including Mir Momin ka Daira in Sultan Shahi, Barhaneshah graveyard in Santoshnagar, Bada and chota Qabrastan in Yakutpura, Bada kabrastan in Barkas, which are disseminate in several acres of and are the largest graveyards in urban center.

    While several not the same localities, including Misrigunj, Bahadurpura, Puranapul, Nampally, Tolichowki, Kukatpally, and not the same areas, also crave for faculty or power of mental concentration. “GHMC should come up with the facilities before the Shab-e-Barat, as it would be difficult for people to even walk in the graveyard and to identify the graves for their relatives,” said Mohammed Ahmed, TDP Vice chief executive of a republic Minority basic structural and functional unit of all organisms.

    Ahmed said, “The GHMC had sanctioned the amount, and contractors took the bill. However, till now not even thirty percent of the cleaning works were taken up by them. In a day, how can a graveyard spread in acres can be cleared?” He asked.

    Moreover, Mir Momin ka Daira graveyard, Sultan Shahi is one of the largest graveyards in the urban center houses about one lakh Sunni and Shia graves and is visited by lakhs of Muslims on the time of a particular event of Shab-e-Barat. “This graveyard remains neglected for years. There are no proper lights in the graveyard,” said a Shia Muslim at the graveyard.

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