Director Ruet-I-Hilal Committee Mufti Muneeb-ur-Rehman declared that the moon for the period of Shawwal was not located on Thursday, and that Eidul Fitr will be commended crosswise over Pakistan on Saturday.
Since the sickle moon which denotes the new lunar month was not located today, Friday will be the 30th and last day of Ramazan.
The declaration was made by Mufti Muneeb in the wake of leading a gathering of the Central Ruet-I-Hilal Committee. He said confirmations of moon-locating were not gotten from anyplace in the nation.
The Central Ruet-I-Hilal Committee had met the gathering to locate the moon for Eidul Fitr in Karachi, while zonal groups of the board of trustees likewise met in Islamabad, Quetta, Peshawar and Lahore.
The Shawwal moon has been located in a few different nations, including Saudi Arabia, United Arab Emirates, Indonesia and Oman, where the main day of Eid will fall on Friday. India, where the sickle was not located, will observe Eid on Saturday also.
Eid in KP tomorrow
In what has turned into a yearly custom, numerous inhabitants of Khyber Pakhtunkhwa and as of late blended Fata will observe Eid on Friday after an informal moon-locating board of trustees in Peshawar headed by Mufti Shahabuddin Popalzai declared that the moon has been located in different parts of the area.
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Consistently, the questionable moon-locating council drove by its self-named head holds its gathering at the Masjid Qasim Ali Khan in Peshawar on 29th Ramazan inviting observers from everywhere throughout the area.
This year as well, the panel asserted to have gotten 45 confirmations from over the region and reported Eid on Friday after check.
Countless from various parts of the city were available at the mosque for the declaration.
“We have gotten 45 confirmations, including 10 from ladies,” Mufti Popalzai said while addressing journalists.
Eidul Fitr festivities stamp the perfection of the Holy month of Ramazan amid which Muslims everywhere throughout the world watch 30 long periods of fasting.
In Pakistan, Eid celebrations are set apart by a minute ago late night shopping with shopping centers and markets blasting at the creases with vivacious group.