RAWALPINDI: As Eid-e-Miladun Nabi (PBUH) draws closer, preparations to celebrate the event with religious fervour are gaining pace, with buildings and shrines in the city being decorated with colourful buntings, banners and fancy lights.
Stalls carrying buntings, banners, badges, stickers and flags inscribed with the slogans and other content paying respect and reverence to Prophet Muhammad (PBUH) are being set up at every corner of the twin cities. Large banners and billboards are being displayed at different entrances of streets and main roads across the twin cities, while mosques, homes and plazas are being decorated with colourful lights and buntings.
Special programmes are also being arranged for paying tribute and to highlight different aspects of the life of Prophet Muhammad (PBUH).
On Rabiul Awwal 12, Eid-e-Miladun Nabi (PBUH) processions will be taken out from different areas of Rawalpindi.
Elaborate security arrangements are reportedly being made to ensure peace on the 12th of Rabiul Awwal, and all the routes of the milad processions will be thoroughly checked.
According to law enforcers, security would be tightened on the prescribed routes.
Personnel of the Elite Force, Special Branch, Muhafiz Force, motorcycle squads, Bomb Disposal Squad, lady police and other departments concerned will reportedly guard the Milad processions.
According to reports, special duties would also be performed by the members of the peace committee, members of traders’ union and volunteers of the procession committees to ensure security at the procession.
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