The Federal Government has officially declared a five-day holiday in honor of Eid ul Fitr, extending from Wednesday, April 10, to Saturday, April 13. This generous break aims to allow citizens ample time to observe the holy festival, marking the end of Ramadan, the sacred month of fasting in the Islamic calendar. Eid celebrations are highly significant, symbolizing the culmination of a period of self-restraint and spiritual reflection.

The Pakistan Meteorological Department has forecasted the Shawwal moon sighting on April 9, 2024, with expectations of its emergence on the night of April 8 at 11:21 pm local time. It is estimated that the moon’s age on April 9 will range between 19 to 20 hours, remaining visible to the naked eye for approximately 50 minutes after sunset.

Should the moon be sighted, Eidul Fitr will be celebrated on Wednesday, April 10, as suggested by the Central Ruet-e-Hilal Committee Chairman, aligning with scientific observations indicating the Shawwal crescent moon sighting on the 29th of Ramadan.

With Eidul Fitr festivities anticipated nationwide on April 10, 2024, citizens are preparing to partake in the joyous occasion with prayers, feasts, and gatherings. The announcement of the extended holiday period has brought widespread excitement and anticipation among the populace, fostering a spirit of unity and celebration across Pakistan.

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