Ramadan Time 2020: Sehr, Aftar Time Table in Pakistan

Ramzan Time 2020: Sehr, Aftar Time Table in Pakistan

Everyone is looking forward to the updated Ramadan time 2020 after Fawad Chaudry, Federal Minister for Science and Technology, claimed that Ramadan moon will be sighted on 24th April across the country. Based on the lunar cycle, the Holy Month of Ramadan rotates approximately by 10 days each year.

Everyone is anticipating the Holy Month of Ramadan and is already looking up Pakistan Ramadan time 2020 to set their schedules.

Impact of Coronavirus on Ramadan

All four provinces of Pakistan are under lockdown. It is hard for people to find a balance between their regular life and changes they will have to make during Ramadan. Lockdown has been extended in Baluchistan till 5th May 2020 whereas Punjab will observe a complete lockdown until 25th April 2020.

Due to coronavirus lockdown, people are scrambling to complete their grocery shopping for the upcoming Holy Month. While Utility Stores are trying to fulfill the demands of people, the government is still scrambling to make sure people from all walks of life have ample food, groceries and other necessities of life before the month of Ramadan begins.

Expected Pakistan Ramadan Time 2020

It is expected that Ramadan will begin on 23rd April 2020 or 24th April 2020. However, it will all depend upon the lunar cycle. The expected Iftar and Sehar timing for the upcoming month of Ramadan for the major cities of Pakistan are:

Lahore Ramadan Time 2020


Karachi Ramadan Time 2020


Islamabad Ramadan Time 2020


How to Make the Best of Ramadan This Year?

The whole world is experiencing a huge loss as a whole. Even the most educated and successful countries are having a hard time surviving. People are losing jobs everywhere and it is becoming increasingly difficult for them to make it through the day. Therefore, whoever can afford should try to help others as much as possible.

If it is possible, fill up the pantry of people in your area and pay attention to their needs. Pray to Allah, stay at home for your prayers and only go outside if it is absolutely necessary. Try your best, help others as much as you can and make the most of this Month.

Rabia Tanveer
Rabia Tanveer
Rabia Tanveer is a graduate from Kinnaird College for Women and holds a Bachelors in English Literature. She is a seasoned freelance writer with more than a decade of experience in multiple niches.
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