When will the fast be known this evening?

National Moon Sighting Committee Meeting To Be Held In The Evening (Photo: Collected)

A meeting of the National Moon Sighting Committee will be held on Saturday (April 2) at 7.30 pm (after Maghrib) to review the news of the sighting of the moon in the holy month of Ramadan 1443 AH and to take a decision in this regard.

State Minister for Religious Affairs will preside over the meeting of the Islamic Foundation Baitul Mukarram. Faridul Haque Khan.

Shaila Sharmin, assistant public relations officer of the Islamic Foundation, said this.

If the moon of the holy month of Ramadan is seen anywhere in the sky of Bangladesh, it has been requested to inform the following telephone and fax numbers or the Deputy Commissioner or Upazila Nirbahi Officer of the concerned district.

Telephone numbers 02-223361725, 02-41050912, 02-41050917 and 02-41050917. Fax numbers 02-223373398 and 02-9555951.

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The fast has started on Saturday as Chad was seen in Saudi Arabia on Friday. Tarabi’s prayers start after seeing the moon of Ramadan. If the moon is seen today, devout Muslims will perform Tarabi prayers on Saturday night and fast on the first day on Sunday by eating sehri on the last night.

OD / Azim

Source: ODHIKAR by www.odhikar.news.

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