Ramadan starts tomorrow in Pakistan
Ramadan will start from Mangal all over the country, but some districts of Khyber Pakhtoonkhwa are the first fasting on Monday. The Central Raviat Hilal Committee announced the announcement of Ramadan-e-moon moon, saying that the first day will be held on May 7. The meeting was organized to see the moon of Ramadan at 50 different places in the evening on Sunday evening, but there was no evidence of the moon to look at any place.
Ramadan is the first fasting day around the world, including Saudi Arabia.
Moon in Pakistan India and Bangladesh will be the first fast on Tuesday on Tuesday, since the Arabs’ African’ and ‘Muslim countries’ begin with Ramadan with Saudi Arabia, while Afghanistan also begins Ramadan with Saudi Arabia. However, in the western part of Ramadan, Ramadan starts from local behavior.
Masjid Qasim Khan’s committee headed by the non-governmental committee of the mosque of Qasim Khan in Peshawar, also runs the decisions of Saudi Ravi, claiming that they received testimony to seeing the moon from different districts of the province. Therefore, Ramadan will start from Monday across the province. Mufti Shahabuddin, who is the leader of Jamiat Ulema-e-Islam (F), also said that the committee had only received 22 testimony from the various parts of the provincial capital Peshawar.
Mufti Shahabuddin Pallavi said that all the decisions in this mosque are done according to Qur’an and Sunnah, and these decisions have no relation with ego, piety, and sectarianism. He said that the Central Raviat Hilal Committee had refused to accept the testimony of Khyber Pakhtunkhwa, the central committee decided on the basis of prediction. Last year, instead of legislation regarding the attitude of the Ravait Halal committee, the government had decided to take a strong attitude with Mufti Shahabuddin to avoid the issue of moon watching.
Despite the government’s decision, despite last year, Mufti announced an unusual appearance of Eid moon last year, saying that during the last few years there have been two consecutive months in Pakistan because the scholar of Mosque Qasim Ali Khan in Peshawar Religious Mufti Shahabuddin separates the moon of Ramadan and Shaalal while not taking the decision of the Ravait Hilal Committee.