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Geo News to air ‘Maulana Tariq Jameel Kay Saath’ during Ramadan 2020

The programme 'Maulana Tariq Jameel Kay Saath' will start airing later this week. Notably, it will only air on Friday and Saturday afternoons at 15:05 (UK).

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Days after Pakistan Prime Minister Imran Khan’s photos with top religious scholar Maulana Tariq Jameel surfaced on the internet, Geo News has confirmed to air programme based on religious teachings, practices with Moaula Tariq Jameel in Ramadan 2020.

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The programme ‘Maulana Tariq Jameel Kay Saath’ will start airing later this week. Notably, it will only air on Friday and Saturday afternoons at 15:05 (UK).

As the entire world is in a state of fear or panic due to the outbreak of Coronavirus, when Maulana Tariq Jameel visited Pakistan’s Prime Minister Imran Khan and extended his hand for a handshake, he avoided handshake with the religious leader and put his hand on his heart as a sign of respect.

Seeing his gesture, Tariq Jameel also smiled and put his hand on his heart to greet the PM who then respectfully asked him to have a seat.

It is to be noted that Maulana Tariq Jameel was called on Imran Khan’s residence in Islamabad on this last month. Imran Khan had asked the religious leaders to help the government to spread awareness on preventive measures to save people from COVID-19.

“Prime Minister Imran Khan and Maulana Tariq Jamil leading by example by taking strict precautionary measures in times of Coronavirus Pandemic. We all need to play our role and avoid handshakes and other physical contact to ensure public health and safety,” Prime Minister Imran Khan’s office had tweeted.

On Thursday (April 23, 2020), Pakistan has reported over 740 fresh cases of Coronavirus and 15 more deaths in the last 24 hour, taking the tally of positive Coronavirus infections to 10,513 with 224 deaths in the country.

The Covid-19 situation in Pakistan is likely to worsen in the next two weeks.

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