The National Moon Sighting Committee has announced that the moon of Zilhajj month was not visible in the sky of Bangladesh, so the Eid-ul-Adha will be celebrated in the country on August 1.
The committee came up with the decision on Tuesday evening at a meeting held in the capital's Baitul Mukarram National Mosque.
Meanwhile, Islamic Foundation announced the schedule of Eid jamaats at Baitul Mukarram National Mosque.
The first jamaat of Eid-ul-Adha will start at 7am in the morning, followed by the second one at 7:50am, third at 8:45am, fourth at 9:35am and fifth at 10:30am.
The sixth and last Eid jamaat will start at 11:10am.
On Monday, Saudi Arabia's Supreme Court announced that the Day of Arafat will fall on Thursday, July 30, and the Eid Al-Adha will be celebrated on Friday, July 31.
Besides, July 22 will be the first of Dhu Al Hijja that marks the start of this year's Hajj season, which will be limited to only 10,000 pilgrims from within the Kingdom due to the coronavirus pandemic.