Pakistan Meteorological Department forecasted that Eid-ul-Adha in Pakistan will be on 22th August.
The Met Office revealed that Eid-ul-Adha in Pakistan will fall on August 22, Wednesday. The officials said that there is a high chance of Zil-hajj moon sighting on August 12. The moon will be born on Saturday afternoon and highly visible on Sunday evening.
In Saudi Arabia, EId-ul-Adha is expected on August 21. Eid-ul-Adha is commended on the tenth day of Zil-Hajj. However, it is the Islamic calendar’s last month and imprints the beginning of the Hajj journey. Eid-ul-Azha celebrates Prophet Ibrahim’s (A.S.) readiness for the sacrifice of his child to demonstrate dutifulness to Allah.
Earlier, Sindh Government revealed that no one can do Eid-ul-Adha hides collection without the permission of relevant authorities after the Sindh Government ban. According to released notification, no social, political, or religious organization can collect Eid-ul-Adha hides without getting permission from Sindh Government.
In addition, use of loudspeakers, flags, and setting up of camps is prohibited. Carrying weapons and the forced collection of hides will dealt strictly. However, the ban is imposed under the section 144 and investigation will conduct against rules violation.