The moon of Ramadan has not been sighted in India, after which the first fast will be on Friday, April 24.
According to the Indian media, the scholars of India have announced that the moon of Ramadan has not arrived anywhere in India, so the first day will be on Friday, April 24.
Apart from this, the National Moon Sighting Committee of Bangladesh has also announced that the first day in the country will be on Friday, April 24, as the moon was not sighted in any part of the country today.
On the other hand, the Muslims of Malaysia and Indonesia will observe the first day of fasting tomorrow, Thursday. The Sighting of the Crescent Committees in both countries met on March 21, but there was no evidence of the sighting of the moon anywhere in the two countries.
It should be noted that usually in Pakistan, Bangladesh, India and many other countries, Ramadan begins one day after Saudi Arabia, but the moon of Ramadan was not seen in Saudi Arabia, United Arab Emirates, United Kingdom and Australia last day. After which the first fasting in these countries will be on Thursday, April 23.