ISLAMABAD: According to the Daily Jang, astronomers estimate that the Shawwal moon will be visible on the evening of May 2, which means that Eid ul Fitr will occur on Tuesday, May 3, this year.
According to media estimates, the moon is predicted to be born between April 30 and May 1 around 1:28 a.m. PST on crossing conjunction point.
Meanwhile, the moon will be visible after sunset for at least 40 minutes and up to 89 minutes, and the crescent might be seen plainly in many regions of the nation on the eve of Monday provided the weather stays calm.
Govt announces Eid holiday schedule
According to a statement published in this respect, the Pakistani government on Tuesday released the timetable for the Eid ul Fitr vacations, which will begin on May 2 (Monday).
The four-day vacation will begin on May 2 and end on May 5 (Thursday), according to the announcement, which was approved by Prime Minister Shehbaz Sharif.
According to sources, the prime minister was handed a summary of a three-day holiday, but he authorised a four-day holiday.