In other words, 30 days of the month of Ramadan will be completed in that region on Sunday and Eid-ul-Fitr will be celebrated on the next day i.e. 2nd May.
Gulf News quoted a statement from the IAC as saying.
The IAC said on Saturday morning that it had been able to somehow identify the last moon of Ramadan. Which means it may be impossible to see Shawwal moon from Middle Eastern countries today.
In keeping with Saudi Arabia, fasting in the UAE started on April 2 this year. Following the news of the sighting of the moon in Saudi Arabia, the neighboring country announced the observance of fasting from that day.
And depending on the sighting of the moon, fasting has started from April 3 in several countries including Indonesia, Malaysia, India, Brunei, Bangladesh, Pakistan, Iran, Oman, Jordan, Morocco and Ghana.
It is of great interest for Bangladesh not to see the moon in Saudi Arabia. Eid is usually celebrated in Bangladesh and India the day after Saudi Arabia.