The Meteorological Department has said that the Shawwal moon is unlikely to appear on Saturday, May 23. According to a statement issued by the Meteorological Department, the new moon will be born on May 22 (Ramadan 28) at 10 pm Pakistan time. It will be at 39 minutes. The new moon will be less likely to appear on May 23, ie Ramadan 29, while the weather will be cloudy in most parts of the country on this day. This time 30 days is more likely instead of 29 and Eid-ul Fitr on Monday, May 25
However, the decision will be taken at the meeting of the Ruwit-e-Hilal Committee which will be held on May 23. It should be noted that Ramadan in Pakistan started on Saturday, April 25. The Ruwit-e-Hilal Committee met on 23rd April. Later, Mufti Muneeb-ur-Rehman, while announcing the absence of the moon, said that no evidence of the moon has been received from any part of the country, including Peshawar, so it has been decided unanimously that the first Ramadan will be on Saturday, April 25. Apart from the members, the meeting was also attended by experts from the Meteorological Department and for the first time a representative of the Ministry of Science and Technology. Ramadan in the Gulf countries, including Rabb, began on April 24 and Eid-ul-Fitr is likely to take place there on May 24.