Mobile courts were conducted in different areas of Dhaka North City Corporation (DNCC) on Wednesday to ensure hygiene to protect the people from coronavirus.The mobile court was conducted in Mirpur Section 14 under the leadership of Saleha Binte Siraj, Regional Executive Officer and Executive Magistrate, Mirpur-10. At that time, 6 people were fined a total of 600 rupees for walking on the streets without masks.The mobile court was conducted in the Mohammadpur Agricultural Market area under the leadership of Md. Masud Hossain, Regional Executive Officer and Executive Magistrate of Karwan Bazar area. At that time, 54 people were fined a total of Tk 5,400 for going out without a mask.
Mobile courts were conducted in Haji Camp and Dakshinkhan Bazar areas under the leadership of Motakabbir Ahmed, Regional Executive Officer and Executive Magistrate, Dakshinkhan Region. During this time, food was served in 5 hotels in violation of the government ban and a total fine of Tk 41,000 was collected for other crimes.
The Mobile Court was conducted in Bhatara area under the leadership of Property Officer and Executive Magistrate Md. Abdullah Al Mamun. A total of Tk 10,600 was recovered in 8 cases.
During the mobile court, the people were made aware of the ban imposed by the government. The DNCC’s mobile court will continue to ensure hygiene.
3 deeds to get God’s help in bad times
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Mus’ab ibn Sa’d narrates from his father that he thinks he has superiority over the other companions of the Prophet (peace be upon him). The Prophet (peace be upon him) said, ‘Surely Allah helps this ummah because of their weakness: Because of their sincerity or devotion. ‘(Sunan Nasai, Hadith: 317). In the above-mentioned hadith, the Prophet (peace be upon him) has described three ways to seek Allah’s help in times of hardship and helplessness. That is prayer, supplication and devotion to Allah. Besides, there is evidence in the hadith of the special status of weak and helpless people in the court of Allah.
Purpose by the weak: People in the society who are backward due to various reasons including poverty, physical disability, old age. But they do not lag behind in obedience, worship and remembrance of Allah. The Holy Qur’an says, “Be patient with those who call on their Lord morning and evening to seek His pleasure, and do not turn your eyes away from those who seek the beauty of this world.” (Surah Al-Kahf, verse 26)