In Pakistan, Eidul Fitr 2024 is most likely to occur on THIS day.

According to Maulana Azad, scientific observations indicate that this year’s Shawwal crescent moon would probably be visible on Ramadan 29.

In order to see the Eidul Fitr moon, he also alluded to using scientific observations and forecasts.

Maulana Azad recalled his interactions with former federal minister Fawad Chaudhry, stating that he informed the minister that scientific findings are acknowledged and accepted by the Ruet-e-Hilal committee.

He did, however, state that Islamic testimony and principles will be the basis for the ultimate decision about the Eidul Fitr moon.

It is important to note that in 2024, Pakistanis will observe a 29-day Ramadan and, should the crescent moon be seen on April 9, would celebrate Eidul Fitr on April 10.

Following the sighting of the Ramadan moon in Pakistan one day earlier, the first day of the holy month fell on March 12.

The statement came after the central and zonal Ruet-e-Hilal committees convened in Peshawar to sight the Islamic month’s crescent.

The beginning day of Ramadan was also declared by a number of nations in the Middle East, Europe, and other regions of the world to be March 12.

The commencement of the holy month was declared on March 12 by Australia, Malaysia, the Philippines, Brunei, and Oman due to the absence of the crescent moon sighting on Sunday evening.

According to the Islamic lunar calendar, the ninth month is Ramadan-ul-Mubarak, or the month of fasting.

Muslims are not allowed to eat, drink, gossip, or swear during the fast. Instead, they are urged to concentrate on meditative activities like prayer, reading the Holy Quran, and charitable giving.

The minimum sum that must be deducted from bank accounts on the eve of the first day of Ramadan is Rs. 135,179, as notified by the government for the Zakat Year 1444–1445 A.H.

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