The Central Ruet-e-Hilal Committee and the zonal committees will gather the information from all across Pakistan and the central body will announce the decision about the sighting of the Eid-ul-Fitr moon or otherwise.
Meanwhile, Jama Masjid Shahi Imam Syed Ahmed Bukhari made the announcement on Thursday evening after a meeting of the moon-sighting committee here, a senior official at the city's historic mosque said.
Muslim worshippers who had fasted for a month took part in Eid prayers across the country early in the morning of the festive occasion of Eid al-Fitr, which marks the end of Ramadan, the holiest month in the Islamic calendar.
Met Office had also announced that no testimonies were received, adding that moon was not sighted in various regions of Punjab, Sindh and Khyber Pakhtunkhwa.
This year the holy month of Ramazan begun across the globe including Pakistan on the same day.
Eid al-Fitr is held at the start of the following month, which is called Shawwal and translates to mean the "festival of breaking the fast".
If the moon is not sighted on that day, then Eid is celebrated after the end of the 30th day of Ramadan. After breakfast, they go to the mosque to offer Eid prayers, Salat al-Eid. The beginning of Ramadan has traditionally been based on "hilal" sightings, which is the traditional method mentioned in the Quran and followed by the Prophet Muhammad. Similar appeals have also been issued by Eid Moon Sighting Committees in Indonesia, Malaysia as well as United Kingdom, Russia, Australia, France, Singapore, Japan and South Korea.
President George Manneh Weah has reaffirmed his Government's unwavering support, commitment to the Islamic Community and to the promotion of religious tolerance here, in his message wishing the entire Muslim Community a Happy Eid Mubarak.