Srinagar: Pakistan is likely to declared Tuesday, May 3 as the first day of Shawwal as the crescent moon was not sighted anywhere on Sunday.
Accordingly, Monday will be the last day of Ramadan and Tuesday will be the first day of Shawwal.
“Investigation to search for the Shawwal 1443 Crescent has begun and there are no reports of moon sighting anywhere in Pakistan yet, however official announcement will made shortly” Pakistan Ruet-e-Hilal Committee said.
As per Lucknow’s Markazi Chand Committee, the Shawwal crescent moon was not sighted tonight hence, May 2 will reportedly be observed as the last day of Ramadan 2022 and Eid-ul-Fitr will be celebrated there on Tuesday May 3.
The Shawwal crescent was not sighted anywhere in the Pakistan nor in any part of Jammu and Kashmir on Sunday and therefore, Monday, May 2, is likely the last day of the Ramadan, and Tuesday May 3 will be the first day of Eid Al Fitr.