The month of Ramadan would have 30 days, according to experts, since the Shawwal moon is less likely to be seen anywhere in the nation on the evening of 29 Ramadan (Sunday, 1 May).
They also said that the new moon will be born at 1:28 AM between the nights of April 30 and May 1, and that there would be no crescent visible on the horizon of Pakistan and South Asia on the evening of May 1.
“The dimensional difference between the moon and the sun should be 10 degrees, but it will be 8 degrees in Pakistan, making it almost hard to observe even with a telescope,” analysts added.
Similarly, the time difference between sunset and moonset, which should be no more than 40 minutes in order for the new moon to be seen, will be more than 89 minutes in all sections of the nation.
As a result, Ramadan will end on Monday, and Eid-ul-Fitr will be celebrated in Pakistan on Tuesday, May 3rd.