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Eid-ul-Adha Event

 

The moon of Dhi Al-Hajj has not been seen. Eid-ul-Adha will be on Wednesday, July 21

 

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The first Dhi Al-Hajj will be on Monday, July 12. According to details, a meeting of Central Route Hilal Committee was held in Karachi under the chairmanship of Chairman Maulana Abdul Khabir Azad to observe the moon of Dhi Al-Hajj, while meetings of zonal committees were held at the respective headquarters.

Meteorological experts were also present at the meeting held at the Meteorological Department office for technical assistance. After the meeting, Chairman Ruwit Hilal Committee Abdul Khabir Azad announced that no evidence of moon was received from any part of the country. It has been reported that Eid-ul-Adha will be celebrated in Pakistan on Wednesday, July 21, while the first Dhul-Hijjah will be on Monday, July 12, as no moon testimony has been received from any part of the country.

 

Earlier, astronomers had said that the moon of Dhi Al-Hajj had been born. At the time of sunset in Pakistan, the age of the moon was more than 14 hours. The moon of Dhi Al-Hajj was born at 5:17 am on July 10, 7:58 am in Karachi and 8:30 am in Quetta. However, it was cloudy in most parts of the country. The moon was nowhere to be seen.

It should be noted that the moon of Dhi Al-Hajj did not appear in Saudi Arabia and other Gulf countries yesterday, after which it was announced that Eid-ul-Adha will be celebrated in the Gulf countries on Tuesday, July 20. Eid-ul-Adha will be celebrated on July 20 in most countries of the world, while Eid-ul-Adha will be celebrated on July 21 in some Asian countries including Pakistan.

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