Pakistan’s Home Minister Sheikh Rasheed Ahmed had reached the Rawalpindi market for shopping. Here he bought three camels after bargaining.
Sheikh Rashid bought three camels for sacrifice
A video clip of Pakistan’s Home Minister Sheikh Rasheed Ahmed is going viral on social media. In the video, Sheikh Rashid is seen buying camels for sacrifice in the animal market. People are fiercely sharing this video. The video was shared by Sheikh Rashid himself from his official Twitter handle on Tuesday. In the video, Sheikh Rashid is seen negotiating the price of a camel with the shopkeepers.
Sheikh Rashid bought three camels for sacrifice, which cost Rs 5.60 lakh. Sharing the video, Sheikh Rashid wrote the caption, ‘I am buying camels in the animal market for sacrifice.’ According to media reports, the Pakistani minister himself had reached the market to buy the animal of his choice on the occasion of Eid-ul-Azha. He asked the prices of animals at several shops and then bought three camels.
Buying camels at the cattle market for Eid sacrifice. Https://t.co/w6KhTgnF6z pic.twitter.com/dhtqt3FoOK
— Sheikh Rashid Ahmed (@ShkhRasheed) July 20, 2021
Festivals being celebrated in Gulf countries today
According to the information, he had reached Rawalpindi’s market to make purchases. Let us tell you that Eid-ul-Azha will be celebrated on 21st July. Eid ul-Adha is also called Bakrid which is a major festival of people who believe in Islam. This festival is celebrated after 70 days of the month of Ramadan. An animal is sacrificed on this day. According to the Islamic calendar, it is celebrated on the tenth day of the last month. In many Gulf countries, this festival is being celebrated on Tuesday.
India accused of conspiracy
Pakistan’s Interior Minister Sheikh Rasheed Ahmed said on Sunday that the incident with the daughter of Afghanistan’s ambassador to Pakistan was not a ‘kidnapping’ at all. He said that this is an international conspiracy and an agenda of the Indian intelligence agency RAW. Sheikh Rashid made this remark while talking to Pakistani media Geo News on the program ‘Naya Pakistan’.
On Saturday, there were reports of the Afghan ambassador’s daughter being ‘kidnapped’ and ‘tortured’ in Islamabad. A statement from the Afghan Foreign Ministry said the girl was “kidnapped for several hours” on Friday. Pakistan’s Foreign Office issued a statement in response, saying that a thorough investigation has been launched in this regard and law enforcement agencies are “trying to trace the culprits and bring them to justice”.
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