Noted Islamic researcher Mufti Muneeb-ur-Rehman has asked Prime Minister Imran Khan to proclaim three days of Eid ul Adha as open occasions.
Tending to a question and answer session in Karachi on Wednesday, Mufti Muneeb said that customarily Eid is a three-day festivity.
A week ago, the government had declared a three-day occasion, from Friday, July 31 to Sunday, August 2, by virtue of Eid ul Adha.
As indicated by the notice, Sunday, the second day of Eid, would be the last occasion while Eid’s third day, Monday, is told as a working day.
Tending to the public interview in Karachi, the strict researcher said there is “no contention among ulema and science” and that the ulema “likewise have logical information”.
He said meterologists from Pakistan Meteorological Department were a piece of the dynamic during the moon-locating.
Mourning the continuous severe lockdown in India-involved Kashmir by the Indian powers, Mufti Muneeb said that it has been about a year and the occupant government “has sat idle and just passed goals in such manner”.
“A more clear message on the Kashmir struggle has still not been given to India at the worldwide level,” he said.
Involved Kashmir has been under a clampdown since August 5, after the Indian government repudiated the uncommon status of the valley. The Modi government sent in a remarkable number of Indian soldiers to the area, forced a check in time and set Kashmiri legislators under house capture.