Mock Drill to Assess Preparedness and Resources for Covid-19 at CHC Sankoo Amid Spike in Cases

In light of the surge in Covid-19 cases in India, a mock drill was conducted at the Community Health Center (CHC) in Sankoo on April 10th to assess the center’s readiness and resources in dealing with Covid-19. The Block Medical Officer of Sankoo, Dr. Ghulaam Hussain, and Consultant Anaesthetist, Dr. Banazeer Khatoon, inspected the available […]

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Youm-e-Ashura observed at Sankoo with religious fervour

Watching on 10th of Muharram, bras underneath the supervision of Anjuman– e– Sahib Zama& Markaz– e– Tabliga Imam Raza was removed in Sankoo on August disloyal. Your day marks the martyrdom of Prophet Muhammad ‘s( SAW) grandson, Vorbeter Hussein( AS), and his devoted companions in the battle of Karbala 1400 years ago. A huge selection of mourners took out Azadari procession with Alam– electronic– Hussain reciting nouha and beating their chest. Religious college students said that Imam Hussain offered supreme sacrifice and stood against tyranny. The day was also observed at village GMpore Kargil with great religious fervor. Dealing with at Maktab– E– Shaib Zaman, Lankerchey, Akhoon Mohmmad Hussain stressed the teachings of Imam Hussain and said, Ashura symbolized the struggle against rudeness, injustice, and tyranny of Yazeed. He also paid tribute to the martyrs of Karbala and prayed for peace and public harmony in the region as well as in the world. Youm– e– Ashura processions were carried out in various villages of Sankoo neighborhood including at Anjuman– Electronic– Sahib Zaman Lankerchey, Trespone, Saliskote Kanoor Tambis, Sankoo Barsoo, Taisuru, Suru, etc. Religious college students threw light on the viewpoint of Karbala and termed Karbala as a mission for humanism to establish peace and wealth in the world . They also said that Karbala provides a concept to entire humanity that anytime truth or rightness has been covered up and evil or falsehood is promoted. The congregations concluded by observing Zeyarat– e– Ashura.

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