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Eid ul Adha will be celebrated in Pakistan on 1 August 2020
Eid ul Adha will be celebrated in Pakistan on 1 August 2020

Eid ul Adha will be celebrated in Pakistan on 1 August 2020 

Eid ul Adha will be celebrated in Pakistan on 1 August 2020. Zilhaj moon not sighted in Pakistan yesterday so it will be celebrated on August 1.
Hower, Ruet-e-Hilal Committee member mufti Muneed ur Rahman has made an announcement that the crescent of Zilhaj month was not sighted across the country on 21 July.
Earlier, Pakistan Meteorological Department (PMD) had forecast on July 4 that there is a fair chance of sighting the moon of Zilhaj, 1441 AH on the evening of July 21 i.e. on 29th of Zakat.

Eid ul Adha will be celebrated in Pakistan on 1 August 2020

On Wednesday, July 22 .2020 will be the first of Zil Hajj that marks the start of this year’s Hajj season, which will be limited to only 10,000 pilgrims from within the Kingdom due to the coronavirus pandemic outbreak.

Eid ul Adha 2020 date in Pakistan:

Eid ul Adha the occasion of sacrifice. It will be celebrated on August 1.2020 across Pakistan.

Eid ul adha festival:

Muslims all over the world celebrate this day by sacrificing their animals. It is also called the feast of sacrifice. Eid ul Adha occasion is celebrated on the tenth day of Dhu al-Hijjah (the twelfth and the last month of the Islamic calendar). The date of the eid festival extends a bit as it depends on the sighting of the moon.
However, Muslim celebrate this day, Eid al-Adha celebrations are the devotion and love Ibrahim and his son Ismael had for Allah. It signifies the act of giving away what is dearest or most loved for Allah’s command.

The government imposed section 144 against illegal cattle markets :

The government have asked citizens to strictly follow the rules. All sacrificial animals can be bought only from designated venues.
The government directive citizens to follow the (SOPs )during the eid ul Adha festival .more than 700 cattle markets will be operational across Pakistan, amid the coronavirus pandemic outbreak.

How do we celebrate eid ul Adha 2020? It might be different this year?

Due to the coronavirus outbreak this year it is quite changed Despite various coronavirus lockdown in different cities of Pakistan. This year the celebration takes on a different feel. Because of the coronavirus pandemic outbreak, traditions will likely be put differently. Crowd gatherings will be restricted to limit the spread of Covid-19.
Eid will be celebrated with strict (SOPs ) standard operating procedures.

However, it was announced yesterday that Saudi Arabia, Qatar UAE, and other states that Eid al Adha in these countries eid will be celebrated on Friday, July 31, 2020. While in Pakistan it will be celebrated on August 1.

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