I have checked multiple reciters and two different sources. None of them pronounce the kasra at the end of the word ٱلتَّغَابُنِ‌ۗ https://read.quranexplorer.com/64/9/9/Usmani/Khalil-Husari/Hide/Tajweed-OFF https://quran.com/64

  • Oddly enough, quran.com has a feature for pronouncing individual words, and when you click on ٱلتَّغَابُنِ‌ۗ, it DOES pronounce the kasra, but not in the recitation of the aya.
    – Alaa Ranga
    Sep 10, 2021 at 11:04
  • In Arabic when you stop at a word we do not pronounce the last letter haraka in other words we make skoon
    – IrbidMath
    Sep 11, 2021 at 16:46

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Simply because it comes before a waqf sign (symbol), following or correctly applying it means one has to pronounce the last letter as sukun (soundless).

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As this symbol "قلى" initiates a pause or stopping in the recitation. However it is permissible to continue the recitation and in that case you must recite the kasra.

For further information refer to What are the different punctuation in Quran?

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