According to the Punjab government, non-registered NGOs are not permitted to gather animal skins during Eid-ul-Adha, All deputy commissioners (DCs) and police have been directed by the provincial home department to only let registered NGOs collect them.
The Punjab government has ordered city administrations to ban unauthorized people from collecting skins without their permission and a no-objection certificate (NOC) from the appropriate authorities.
Charity groups that want to gather animal hide for sacrifice have been told to submit their requests to DC Rawalpindi to get a letter of approval to assure compliance. The 20 June deadline for submitting these applications must be remembered.
In related news, as Eid approaches, there has been a noticeable rise in the cost of sacrificed animals. Those who want to take part in the collective Qurbani will surely have to shoulder an additional burden as a result of the cost increase.
Traders had been anxiously expecting the arrival of buyers. Although it may start to rain towards the end, many analysts are still certain that a sizable number of purchasers will swarm to the city marketplaces, keeping prices from falling.
It is predicted that the market has decreased somewhat as a result of Pakistan’s hyperinflation reducing purchasing power. As a result, there has been a shift in the market’s demographics, with more people choosing the collective Qurbani choices made available by an increasing number of nonprofit, charitable, and religious organizations.