Moon not located, Eid-ul-Fitr on Monday

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Eid-ul-Fitr, the biggest strict celebration of Muslims, will be praised in the nation on Monday (May 25) as the Shawwal moon was not located in Bangladesh sky on Saturday.

The choice was taken at a gathering of the National Moon Sighting Committee on Saturday evening in the wake of investigating the data of the Shawwal moon locating. 


In the interest of the board of trustees, Md Nurul Islam, secretary for strict undertakings service, thought of the declaration at 8:15pm. 


He said the new sickle moon was located no place in Bangladesh on Saturday. 


Be that as it may, there will be no Eid jamaat at Eidgah or open grounds this Eid-ul-Fitr because of the Covid-19 pandemic. 


Rather, individuals have been approached to offer Eid supplications at close by mosques, adhering to unique guidelines. 


Strict Affairs Ministry gave a pressing notification in such manner. On May 14, in the notification, the service recorded in any event 13 directions for individuals and the mosque specialists to follow during Eid petitions. 


As indicated by the directions, there will be no rugs in the mosques during supplications and whole mosques ought to be sanitized before petitions. Everybody should bring their own supplication mats (jainamaz). 


Individuals should keep up separate and follow wellbeing rules during offering petitions. The notification likewise said individuals need to do their bathing, washing of hands and feet, a home and wear a cover before going to mosques. 


Older individuals, youngsters, sickly people and their parental figures ought not come to mosques to offer Eid petitions, it said. 


The executives board of every mosque, Khatib and Imam should guarantee usage of the guidelines. 


Individuals have likewise been mentioned not to embrace or shake hands after Eid supplication. 


The nation's greatest Eid assembly won't be held at Sholakia Eidgah Maidan in Kishoreganj this time due to the coronavirus flare-up.

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