COVID-19 Not Disease But Punishment For Our Sins By God: Samajwadi Party MP

Uttar Pradesh reported 2,151 new COVID-19 circumstances: State Well being Division (Representational)

Sambhal, Uttar Pradesh:

Two days after a video of Shafiqur Rahman, the Samajwadi Social gathering MP from Sambhal, surfaced on the Web through which he was seen saying that “coronavirus shouldn’t be a illness however a punishment by God for our sins”, Mr Rahman on Tuesday reiterated that the “finest solution to come out of the coronavirus disaster is to hunt forgiveness from Almighty”.

A video has surfaced on July 19 through which Mr Rahman has stated that on the event of Bakr Eid, markets needs to be opened so that individuals should purchase animals from there. Mosques and Eidgahs needs to be opened for folks to supply prayers to finish coronavirus.

“No remedy of coronavirus has been discovered up to now, which suggests coronavirus shouldn’t be a illness however punishment by God for our sins. The most effective remedy of corona is that all of us pray to the Almighty,” he had stated within the video.

Whereas talking to ANI, Mr Rahman reiterated that coronavirus shouldn’t be a illness however a punishment by God for our sins.

“If the administration permits us to supply prayers within the mosque, we are going to be sure that everybody follows social distancing norms and wears a masks whereas praying. If they don’t permit, we are going to provide a prayer from our houses. There’s a want for cooperation amongst folks. We’ve got put a proposal to permit us to supply prayer in a mosque. We’ll comply with no matter coverage, the federal government will announce,” he stated.

“It isn’t a illness. One of the simplest ways to come back out from this disaster is to hunt forgiveness from God, if God forgives us we might be free from coronavirus,” he added.

Uttar Pradesh on Tuesday reported 2,151 new COVID-19 circumstances and 37 deaths within the final 24 hours, taking the lively circumstances to 20,204 and variety of deaths to 1,229, stated the State Well being Division.


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