The post has drawn a lot of flak from the fans for flaunting the sacrifice of animals on social media. The fans even asked People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals (PETA) to take some against Sarfaraz.
Tayyariyan mukammal hain..— Sarfaraz Ahmed (@SarfarazA_54) August 3, 2019
Stage set hai.. Eid_e_Qurban Ka intizar
Qurban hone ko hamarey bachrey bhi tayyaar aur beytaab hain
Allah tala sab ki qurbani aur tayyariyan qubool farmaye. pic.twitter.com/5EXTGnddAe
They are so beautiful! How can you think of killing them?— Akshatha Bhat T P (@AkshathaBhatTP) August 4, 2019
Damn the God that advocate killing of other animal to ease them. Totally against Bali pratha and qurbani. Allah asked to make qurbani of son, you can do that...— Jihadi John (@skilledpagal) August 4, 2019
Where r u @PETA ?😡😠— Hemal Trivedi (अखंड भारत) (@sauhem26) August 4, 2019
This year, Hajj will begin from August 9 and Eid-al-Adha will be celebrated in Saudi Arabia on August 11. The festival is celebrated across the world with different names. In Urdu and Hindi languages, Eid al-Adha is called Bakr-Eid. In Uzbekistan, Eid al-Adha is celebrated as Qurbon Hayiti. In Bangladesh, it is called Idul Azha. In Bengali, it is called Kurbanir Id. In Egypt, Eid al-Adha is celebrated as Id ul Baqarah.
Such a beautiful animal ... don’t you have a Son. Follow the actual rituals sacrifice your dearest . The one you’ve given birth to— Punita Toraskar 🇮🇳⛳️ (@impuni) August 4, 2019