Government has limited movement in the nation to straighten the bend
Police and law implementation authorities have conveyed the nation over on Friday to guarantee that supplication assembly stays confined as the administration battles to smooth the bend.
|Muslim devotees offer Friday prayers at a closed market in Lahore|
|People offer Friday prayers at the Red Mosque in Islamabad|
|Policemen wearing facemasks stand guard outside a closed mosque in Lahore|
|A worshipper wearing a facemask offers Friday prayers along with others outside a mosque in Islamabad|
|People offer Friday prayers outside a mosque in Islamabad|
|A soldier gestures along a deserted road leading to a mosque in Karachi|
|Muslim devotees offer Friday prayers outside a closed mosque in Karachi|
|Five people attend Friday prayers at a mosque in Peshawar, maintaining distance as per the directives of the government|
|A policeman wearing a facemask stops a commuter beside a closed mosque during Friday prayers in Karachi|
|Muslims wearing facemasks offer Friday prayers outside a mosque at a closed market in Islamabad|
|A man walks on a deserted street in Karachi|
|A worshipper holds an umbrella as he offers Friday prayers along with others outside a mosque in Islamabad|
|Police officers check commuters’ documents to verify the purpose of movement at a blocked road in Karachi|
Consistently, since the legislature began forcing limitations on development, law authorization authorities battle to guarantee that groups don’t assemble for petitions on Friday, yet assemblages have held the nation over. Starting at now, Pakistan has recorded 7,289 instances of the novel coronavirus while 137 individuals have kicked the bucket from the malady. Government authorities have cautioned that the number of revealed cases will increment alongside the testing limit. At first, most cases were imported from different nations yet now 58 percent of the cases are of neighborhood transmission.