Farewell To The Month Of Ramadan

Farewell To The Month Of Ramadan
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Farewell To The Month Of Ramadan, a Meeting of The Central Route Hilal Committee Was Convened To Observe The Month Of Shawwal

ISLAMABAD:

Farewell to the month of Ramadan, the meeting of the Central Route Hilal Committee convened to observe the month of Shawwal. According to the details, there are only a few days left till the end of Ramadan, the holiest month of the year. The last week of Ramadan has begun in the country, after which preparations are being made for the arrival of Eid-ul-Fitr. A meeting of the Central Route Hilal Committee has also been convened to observe the Shawwal moon.

It has been informed that the meeting of Marzi Ruwit Hilal Committee will be held in Islamabad under the chairmanship of Chairman Abdul Khabir Azad. All zonal sighting committees of the country will also be contacted during the meeting. On the other hand, the Meteorological Department has also issued a report regarding the sighting of the Shawwal moon.

According to the Meteorological Department, the new moon of Shawwal will be born on May 12 at 12:01 pm Pakistan time, according to which there is no possibility of the new moon appearing on 12th May 2021.

Farewell To The Month Of Ramadan

This time 30 days is more likely than 29 and Eid-ul-Fitr may be on Friday, May 14, but the decision will be taken at the meeting of the Ruwit-e-Hilal Committee on May 12. It will be clear in most parts of the country on this day while there will be partial clouds in some places. But since the birth of the moon will not be long on this day, it is not possible to see the moon even though it is clear.

Dr. Zaheer Babar, Senior Director, Meteorological Department, said that in case of Eid on Friday, there is a possibility of thundershowers in most parts of the country but the weather will remain hot and dry in the plains. Thundershowers are expected in most parts of the country during the Eid-ul-Fitr holidays, however, the weather will remain hot in the plains, southern Punjab, Sindh and Balochistan.

A statement issued by the Meteorological Department said that thundershowers are likely in most parts of the country on the occasion of Eid-ul-Fitr but the weather will remain hot and dry in the plains and southern areas. Keep in mind that summer has started in the country, while the sun is shining brightly in most parts of the country. The heat intensified during the holy month of Ramadan.

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