LAHORE - Lahorites celebrated Eidul Azha on Wednesday with full religious zeal and fervour. After Eid prayers, people sacrificed camels, cows, goats and sheep to revive the Sunnah of Prophet Hazrat Ibrahim (AS). The biggest Eid congregation in the provincial metropolis was held at Badshahi Mosque. However, besides Badshahi Mosque, a number of big congregations were held at various Jamias and Madrassas including Jamia Ashrafia, Jamia Naeemia, Masjid-e-Shuhada, Data Darbar Mosque while a large number of people also offered prayers at the parks of the city including Model Town Park and Lawrence Garden. However, most political personalities offered Eid prayers in the flood-hit areas including the Punjab Chief Minister Shahbaz Sharif, who offered Eid prayer with the flood affectees in Jhang while a number of provincial and federal ministers also offered Eid prayers in the flood-stricken cities and villages to show solidarity with the deprived segment of the society whereas some political leaders offered Eid prayer in their concerned constituencies and cities. People prayed for strengthening national solidarity, prosperity, integrity and sovereignty of Pakistan and the liberation of all occupied Muslim territories, including Indian-held Kashmir and Palestine. Scholars from different schools of thought delivered special sermons to highlight the significance of the day and the purpose of the sacrifice rendered by Prophet Hazrat Ibrahim (AS). CM visits Yaseen Pehlwans house Punjab Chief Minister Muhammad Shahbaz Sharif went to the residence of Member National Assembly Bilal Yaseen at Mohni Road and inquired about the health of his father Yaseen Pehlwan. The CM remained with him for some time and prayed for his early recovery.