Ramadan 2018 is about to end and Muslims in Pakistan are gearing up to celebrate Eid-ul-Fitr 2018 with full zeal.
According to Abdul Rashid, director at the Climate Data Processing Centre of the Pakistan Meteorological Department, Shawwal’s moon has slim chances to be spotted on June 14.
There is a high possibility that Ramadan 2018 will comprise of 30 days and Eid will be celebrated on June 16, all across Pakistan.
It is likely that the 29th and 30th fast will fall on 14th and 15th June 2018.
Hence, Eid-ul-Fitr 2018 in Pakistan is predicted to fall on 16th June, Saturday 2018.
If the calculation is false, then Eidul Fitr might be celebrated on Friday, June 15.
However, Eid holidays will tentatively kickstart from 14th June, giving us a long weekend of at least five days i.e: from Thursday to Monday.
How cool is that?
Meanwhile, in a move to give relief to students from the rising mercury levels, the Government of Punjab had announced early summer vacations in the province from May 17.
Educational institutes will reopen on August 10, Punjab Education Minister Rana Mashhood said.
However, in Sindh, school summer vacations 2018 for Sindh will be held between 14 May and 15 July.
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