Vegetables and melons are grown on land plots at mosques in Tajikistan


Vegetables and melons are grown on land plots at mosques in Tajikistan

09/20/2020

Harvested harvest will be used for charitable purposes

The land plots at the mosques of Tajikistan were sown with potatoes, corn and melons, Asia-Plus reports with reference to the press center of the republic’s religion committee.

This is how the ministers responded to the calls of the head of state not to leave “not a single piece of land out of agricultural use.”

The Religion Committee noted that the harvest will be used for charitable purposes.

Read also: More Dried Vegetable Enterprises Are Growing in Tajikistan

According to the Committee, there are 27 central mosques, 325 cathedral mosques, about 3.5 thousand mosques for Friday prayers in Tajikistan. Whether all the mosques have sowed the land is not said.

After the detection of COVID-19, the authorities of the country, recalling the possible difficulties during and after the pandemic, repeatedly appealed to the population of the republic with an appeal to increase the production and procurement of food products, including vegetables, fruits, and cereals.

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