First Ramadan likely on June 30, says Chief Meteorologist
ISLAMABAD: Chief Meteorologist Mohammad Riaz has said that the holy month of Ramadan will start on June 30 (Monday), ARY News reports.
The Ruet-e-Hilal Committee (Moon Sighting Committee) will sit on Saturday evening in Karachi for the sighting of the moon. The meeting will be presided by the committees chairman Mufti Muneeb-ur-Rehman.
In an exclusive talk with ARY News, Mohammad Riaz said it is less likely that the moon will be sighted on June 28.
According to meteorological department, there are limited chances that the moon will be sighted in the coastal areas of Balochistan on Saturday however the chances for moon sighting are bleak due to the bad weather.