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KARACHI: Pakistan Met deparment said that there are chances of moon sighting on July 28 along the coastal line of Sindh and Baluchistan.

The Met Office said that there are no chances of the moon to be sighted in Pakistan or Middle East on July 27.

The Central Moon Sighting Committee (Royat-e-Hilal Committee) will hold its meeting on July 28.

The sighting of moon on 28 of July in Karachi and other parts of Sindh and Baluchistan along the coast has a strong likelihood.

It will be possible to see the moon with naked eye if the sky remains clear on the eve of July 28, according to chief meteorologist.