The moon of the month of Mubarak was not born at 10:23 PM on March 21. The moon will be more than 20 hours old at sunset on Wednesday.
Lahore: The moon of Ramadan has been born. According to the details, according to the report of the Department of Meteorology, Climate Data Processing Center, the moon of Ramadan was born on the night of March 21 at 10:23 PM. It has been reported that the age of the moon will be more than 20 hours at sunset on March 22, so there are strong chances of seeing the moon on that day.
Sunset on Wednesday will be at 6:41 PM, while sunset will be at 7:32 PM. Thus, the moon will be visible for 51 minutes after sunset. It has been reported that the forecast will be clear in some areas of the country while the forecast will be cloudy in some areas to see the moon of Ramadan on Wednesday. Meanwhile, the meeting of the Central Royat Hilal Committee will also be held in Peshawar tomorrow, Wednesday, to see the moon of Ramadan.
It has been informed that the meeting of the Central Royat Hilal Committee will not be held in Islamabad this year to see the moon of Ramadan. According to the Spokesperson of Religious Affairs, the meeting of the Central Sighting of the Crescent Committee will be held in Peshawar on the evening of March 22, in which a decision will be taken regarding the moon of Ramadan. On the same day, the meetings of the zonal committees will be held in their respective offices.
Chairman Committee Maulana Abdul Khabir Azad will preside over the meeting of the
Raqzi Royat Hilal Committee for the sighting of the Ramadan moon. While Peshawar’s non-governmental Royat Hilal Committee Masjid Qasim Ali Khan also called a meeting on March 22 to see the moon of Ramadan, the meeting will be chaired by Mufti Shahabuddin Popalzai. However, the Meteorological Department has said that Peshawar is expected to remain partly cloudy on Wednesday, so chances of moon sighting in Peshawar are very low.