According to the International Astronomical Centre’s (IAC), Eidul Fitr is expected to be on June 5th in Pakistan.
IAC forecasts start of Eid for many other Muslim countries. It would be impossible to sight the crescent on June 3rd that is Monday from all over the world as the moon on that day will set before the sunset. Or the topocentric conjunction on June 3rd will occur after the sunset.
IAC predicts that the only way to sight the moon on June 3rd would be through a telescope in some western parts of America.
In most Arab countries, Asia, Africa and parts of Australia, eye sighting of the moon would be possible on June 4th that is Tuesday.
Areas located under the red color would not be able to view the crescent at all. Through optical aid, crescent would be sighted only from the areas located under blue and magenta color.
IAC said that in countries in which Ramadan began on May 6th, 30 days of fasting will be completed by June 4th. But the countries that started Ramadan on May 7th, 29 days of fasting will be completed by June 4th.