Disturbance Caused By Juloos During Moharram And Rabi-ul-awwal

Disturbance Caused By Juloos During Moharram And Rabi-ul-awwal

Muslim events or festivals are promoted and equally respected by every muslim. Plus we have full right to express our love,feelings and emotions on our events or festivals. But there is a problem that every civilian and the person himself need to go through these pious months of moharram and Rabi-ul-awwal.You must be thinking what that problem is. Basically we’re talking about the juloos that held on the roads of karachi. 

YES.. we all face problems due to these jalsa and juloos on the roads. Thousands of peoples come on the roads and start their religious gathering. We are not against your religion but we are against those troubles which you create through your jalsa’s and juloos. Here we are going to highlight some main issue’s or troubles which people faced during these juloos.

1. NOISE POLLUTION:

The first and the most known and common problem of jalsa’s and juloos is the noise pollution. People in those jalsa’s plays their religious nahseet’s to encourage the crowd. They should think about those ill and sick people who can’t bare these noise and would like to live in peace. this problem has mostly occurred in moharram, when shia people play their nasheet’s and noha’s in a very loud volume.people who are not shia’s do have to tolerate that due to the respect.

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2.SECURITY ISSUES:

Every time when ever any kind of terrorist attack happened in any jalsa or juloos people blame the govt. But the truth is that you’re equally responsible for that.This is quiet visible that the terrorist and the bombers have an eye on our country and all they want is a chance and that’s what we’re providing them.When the crowd of thousands of people are on the roads in  Moharram and Rabi-ul-awal then its quiet difficult for the govt to control the security and for most of the time . We are equally responsible for the act.

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3.TRAFFIC SEIZURE:

The main and basic problem of jalsa and juloos is the heavy traffic. there are dozens of ambulances who stuck in the traffic and due to that patients need to suffur. Its not only about the ambulances but the local people need to face a lot of problem due to that .But all they can do is to wait and wait and even more wait.

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We are not against your religion or beliefs but we are against these jalsa’s and juloos which are held on the roads.I am extremely sorry if i hurt your sentiments but all i wanted to clearify is that “our religion doesn’t allow us to give any kind of trouble to anyone.”

 

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Anum Riaz
A teenage mutant but still know things 😉
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4 thoughts on “Disturbance Caused By Juloos During Moharram And Rabi-ul-awwal

  • October 11, 2016 at 5:19 pm
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    The most useless post i have ever seen .. why you just quoted .. Moharram and Rabi ul Awwal .. there are plenty of others who come out around the year .. you kind of people are normally against religious beliefs no matter what the sect you have ..

    this is really a raddi paper .. you and your whole team ..

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  • October 11, 2016 at 9:33 pm
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    I am really sorry to say that this post is a waste of time. Its written in a careless fashion and has grammatical errors too. Jalsas , Juloos and rallies can be more organized and our security forces are doing whatever they can to prevent any calamity God Forbid. The so called “issues” raised here lack substantial foundation to argue hence immature article. And this post targets a particular sect as well, really disappointing.

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  • October 13, 2016 at 5:17 am
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    …atleast someone brave enough to write on this subject… troubling majority of people both at Muharram and 12 RabiaAwal…

    It’s time for both sects to show consideration…. and not insist on blatant display of emotions on streets … do it at home …or place of worship… no one will object !
    If you do it in the name of God… then show some consideration too ….

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  • October 14, 2016 at 4:03 pm
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    Pathetic article,making no sense.If it is so,Don,t go to your offices on Monday morning as heavy vehicular traffic badly dismantles the life of common people that day.Stay at home.

    Secondly Ashura and Rabbi ul awal are not only observed in pakistan.Both are observed with solemnity throughout the world.Also in developed and well civilized countries.If there would be any disturbance around,world will definitely thinks about it.:P…But until now it doesn,t.

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