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Ramzan Moon sighting in Pakistan

Islamabad: Ramadan ul Mubarak Moon will be sighted on 24th April in Pakistan and 1st Ramzan will be on Saturday 25th April 2020. Chairman Central Ruet-e-Hilal Committee, Mufti Muneeb-ur-Rehman will announce after meeting in Karachi.

The Central Ruet-e-Hilal Committee will be holding a meeting for sighting the crescent of Ramazan-ul-Mubarak, 1441 A.H. on Friday 24th, April. For the first time in the history of the country, a representative of the Ministry of Science and Technology was also included in the committee.
Thursday 29th Shaban On the evening of April 23, there is no place to see the moon in any area of ​​Pakistan. For the first time in the history of the country, a representative of the Ministry of Science and Technology has been added to the Ravi Hilal Committee, Joint Secretary for Science and Technology Dr. Tariq Masood has been added to the Ravi Hilal Committee and the Ministry of Religious Affairs appoints Dr. Tariq Masood. notification Has also issued.

The new moon does not appear until its age is at least 19 hours at sunset and the distance between sunset and sunset is at least 40 minutes, with the moon’s angle of distance from the earth at least. The angle of the sun must be at least six degrees and the moon at least 10 degrees.

Ramzan moon sighting in Pakistan News

Ramzan Moon sighting in Pakistan

Chairman of the Committee Mufti Muneeb-ur-Rehman would chair the meeting of Sindh Zonal Ruet-e-Hilal Committee at Pakistan Meteorological Department building, Main University Road, Gulistan-e-Jauhar, Karachi, whereas, the other members of the committee would join the meetings of their respective provincial/district Ruet-e-Hilal Committees.

The moon of Ramadan will be born on the morning of 23rd of April, at 07:00 pm and 26 minutes, according to the standard time of the sun. The median difference will not be more than 19 minutes across Pakistan.

On the evening of April 24, at sunset, the moon would have been more than 35 hours in all the cities of Pakistan. 70 minutes, 71 minutes in Quetta and 70 minutes in Karachi so if the evening of Friday is not cloudy then the moon will be clear and clear in all areas of Pakistan.

The zonal committee of Islamabad Capital Territory (ICT) would hold its meeting at building of Ministry of Religious Affairs, near the General Post Office (GPO), Islamabad. All information about the position of crescent could be conveyed to Chairman, Central Ruet-e-Hilal Committee on Cell No. 0300-9285203; 0321-202200. The information regarding crescent sighting could be intimated at cell no 0333-5453499; 0333-2697051; 021-99261412; 021-99261413 (Met Department).