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Maulana Abdul Khabir Azad, Khateeb of Lahore’s famous Badshahi Mosque was appointed as chairman of Ruet-e Halal Committee, as notification was issued by the Ministry of Religious Affairs.

Mufti Muneeb has been replaced by Maulana Abdul Khabir Azad.

The development came as part of a major reshuffle in the 19-member committee.

Representatives of the Suparco, Science and Technology Ministry were present in the committee too.

Mufti Rehman has headed the Ruet-e-Hilal Committee for a long time.

The committee has had the final word regarding announcement of the start or end of Islamic months, which specifies dates for major festivals such as Eidul Fitr and Eidul Azha.

The Rehman-led committee had been at loggerheads with Science and Technology Minister Fawad Chaudhry over the issue.

The minister had reiterate called for the dissolution of the committee.

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Abdul Khabeer Azad is a Pakistani cleric, Current Chairman of Ruet-e-Hilal Committee and Khatib of Badshahi Mosque.

Just like his predecessor, the new head of the Central Reut-e-Hilal Committee, Mufti Abdul Khabeer Azad, appeared seized by what Mufti Popalzai of Peshawar’s Majid-e-Qasim would decide.

Mufti Popalzai enjoys his writ, at least on moon sighting matters, in much of the Khyber-Pakhtunkhwa province.

His decisions on Ramazan and Eid moon have seldom tallied with the moon-sighting committee that represents the state; and as a result the country has traditionally remained divided on starting the holy month of Ramazan and celebrating Eid.

The decision to celebrate Eid on Thursday also falsified the scientific calculations of Fawad Chaudhry, the former federal minister for science and technology who is currently heading the portfolio of the federal ministry of information and broadcasting.

Days before, Fawad had predicted that there was no chance of the moon sighting anywhere in Pakistan on Wednesday and that Eid could, in no way, fall on Thursday.

He thus reacted to the moon decision with disapproval, saying that the holy month of Ramazan was brought to end by stating lies.

Anyways, Pakistanis are celebrating Eid — albeit amid the raging third wave of the coronavirus pandemic that has claimed more than 17 thousand lives in the country, besides affecting more than 8 lakh and 67 thousand people.

The country has been under a lockdown with festivities pretty low-key, mostly restricted to homes.

Let’s hope and pray that we will soon be able to get back to normal businesses.