In Delhi, the status quo prevailed on Eid-ul-Azha. It has been decided that the festival of Bakrid will be celebrated on August 22. Earlier, several committees, including the Imarat-e-Sharia-Hind and the Ruat-e-Hilal Committee, had announced the celebration of Eid-ul-Azhah on August 22, but the Marxist-e-Hilal Committee did not represent it on August 23, Celebration was announced.
Shahi Imam Maulana Mufti Mukramram Ahmad of Fatehpuri Majid, Chandni Chowk said that on 12th August, the moon was not showing due to the cloudy sky in Delhi. On August 15, a meeting of Fatehpuri Kadim-Ruity-e-Hilal Committee was again held, in which there were many testimonies about the appearance of the moon in other parts of the country. After this, the agreement has been agreed on the date of Eid-ul-Azha or Juba.
He said the festival of Bakrid in the country will be celebrated on August 22. Earlier, the Imarat-e-Sharia-Hind and Ruity-e-Hilal Committee had issued a statement on Sunday saying, “There is no moon in Delhi but many people from Gujarat, Madhya Pradesh, and Tamil Nadu have confirmed the appearance of the moon. ‘
He had announced that henceforth, Bakridh will be celebrated on August 22. Apart from this, Bakrid’s announcement was made on August 22 in Uttar Pradesh, Bihar, Maharashtra, Gujarat, Telangana and Andhra Pradesh. It is worth mentioning that the moon of Bakrida appears 10 days ago.
Probably this is happening for the first time when it has become a situation of caustic about Bakrid.