The move comes to reduce congestion and making it easier for worshipers at some mosques which witness large attendance of worshippers, particularly during the Friday prayers.
Seeking to tighten its grip on the contested region, the Indian government this week withdrew the state's right to frame its own laws and allowed non-residents to buy property there.
Indian authorities will ease a curfew in troubled Kashmir so that the Muslim-majority population can go to Friday prayers, the region's police chief told AFP.
Saudi Arabia announced on Tuesday that mosques would no longer accept worshippers for the customary five daily prayers and the weekly Friday prayer, in exceptional measures intended to help limit the spread of the coronavirus.
Mosques will be authorised to open 20 minutes before Friday prayers and should close 20 minutes after they finish, state TV said on Twitter, citing the ministry of Islamic affairs.
Imams have been asked to recite only two verses of the Holy Quran and the prayers should not exceed 10 minutes.
The prayer, known as the Salat Al Istisqa, is performed similar to Eid prayer. The Imams in the mosques read out the sermon and said ask for forgives from the Almighty Allah.
The Health Ministry said that social distancing and precautionary measures would be applicable.
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