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Eid ul Adha in Pakistan to fall on July 21 after Zil Hajj moon not sighted

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Eid ul Adha in Pakistan to fall on July 21 after Zil Hajj moon not sighted

KARACHI: Eid ul Adha will fall on July 21 in Pakistan, the Central Ruet-e-Hilal Committee introduced on Saturday, citing no testimonies acquired for the Zil Hajj moon.

Tomorrow will due to this fact mark the  thirtieth of Ziquad and the primary of Zil Hajj will fall on Monday, July 12, 2021.

The Central Ruet-e-Hilal Committee met right now for the sighting of the crescent of Zil Hajj 1442 AH on the Met complicated of the Pakistan Meteorological Division in Karachi.

Central Ruet-e-Hilal Committee Chairperson Maulana Abdul Khabir Azad arrived in Karachi from Islamabad to preside over the assembly.

In the meantime, he provincial and district Ruet-e-Hilal Committees met concurrently at their respective headquarters. The conferences that convened in Lahore, Islamabad and Peshawar all reported that no testimonies of the moon having been sighted have been acquired.

Maulana Azad mentioned that whereas the sky in most areas of the nation was clear, it was clouded in a couple of.

He mentioned that no testimonies of the moon having been sighted have been acquired and so it was determined with consensus that the primary of Zil Hajj can be noticed on Monday, July 12 and Eid ul Adha can be noticed on Wednesday, July 21.

The knowledge relating to the sighting of the crescent moon was handed on to Maulana Azad on his cell quantity 0321-9410041, DG (R&R) Ministry of Non secular Affairs Syed Mushahid Hussain Khalid’s cell quantity 0300-6831822 and Director (R&R) Hafiz Abdul Qudoos’ cell quantity 0333-2697051.

Based on astronomical parameters, there was already subsequent to no probability of sighting the brand new moon of Zil Hajj, 1442 AH on the night of July 10, i.e. on the twenty ninth of Ziquad, 1442 AH.

Based on local weather information issued earlier by the Met workplace, the brand new moon of Zilhaj was to be born on the crossing conjunction level at 06:18 PST on July 10 and its age on the time of moon sighting was anticipated to be lower than 14 hours throughout the nation, making it nearly inconceivable to be sighted.

Eid ul Adha in Pakistan to fall on July 21 after Zil Hajj moon not sighted
Eid ul Adha in Pakistan to fall on July 21 after Zil Hajj moon not sighted

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