Grand Mufti Nasir-ul-Islam declares first day of Ramadhan on Friday as no evidence of moon sighting received
According to a recent news report by Kashmir News Observer, Grand Mufti Nasir-ul-Islam has announced that the first day of Ramadhan will be on Friday (March 24) as no evidence of moon sighting has been received from any part of Jammu and Kashmir.
The Grand Mufti confirmed that there were no witnesses or evidence of the Ramadhan moon sighting in any region of the UT.
This announcement is important for the Muslim community in Jammu and Kashmir, as it sets the date for the start of the holy month of Ramadhan. Muslims around the world observe Ramadhan by fasting from dawn to sunset for 30 days, as an act of worship and to show solidarity with those in need.
The announcement by the Grand Mufti ensures that the community can prepare for the start of Ramadhan on Friday.
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