KARACHI: Eid ul Adha will fall on July 21 in Pakistan, the Central Ruet-e-Hilal Committee announced on Saturday, refering to no presentations got for the Zil Hajj moon.
Tomorrow will thusly check the 30th of Ziquad and the first of Zil Hajj will fall on Monday, July 12, 2021.
The Central Ruet-e-Hilal Committee met today for the situating of the sickle of Zil Hajj 1442 AH at the Met complex of the Pakistan Meteorological Department in Karachi.
Central Ruet-e-Hilal Committee Chairperson Maulana Abdul Khabir Azad displayed in Karachi from Islamabad to deal with the social occasion.
Meanwhile, he typical and area Ruet-e-Hilal Committees met simultaneously at their different headquarters. The get-togethers that met in Lahore, Islamabad and Peshawar all uncovered that no presentations of the moon having been found were gotten.
Maulana Azad said that while the sky in numerous spaces of the country was clear, it was jumbled in a couple.
He said that no affirmations of the moon having been found were gotten subsequently it was picked with arrangement that the first of Zil Hajj will be seen on Monday, July 12 and Eid ul Adha will be seen on Wednesday, July 21.
The information with respect to the situating of the bow moon was given to Maulana Azad on his adaptable number 0321-9410041, DG (R&R) Ministry of Religious Affairs Syed Mushahid Hussain Khalid’s convenient number 0300-6831822 and Director (R&R) Hafiz Abdul Qudoos’ flexible number 0333-2697051.
According to inestimable limits, there was by then near no chance of finding the new moon of Zil Hajj, 1442 AH on the evening of July 10, for instance on the 29th of Ziquad, 1442 AH.
According to climate data gave before by the Met office, the new moon of Zilhaj was to be brought into the world on the convergence mix point at 06:18 PST on July 10 and its age at the hour of moon finding was needed to be under 14 hours the country over, making it essentially hard to be found.