Sadqa-e-Fitr, Fidya/Fitrana Amount 2023 in Pakistan

Mufti Abdul Khabeer Azad, Chairperson of the National Ruet-i-Hilal Council, declared that the devout must pay Rs250 per person as fitra and fidya.

Sadaqat-ul-Fitr could be donated at any amount, according to the statement. Those rewarded with financial assets by Allah must donate Sadaqat-ul-Fitr to consider their financial situation.

According to the announcement, the pricing of 2 kilograms of wheat is Rs 250, 4 kilograms of barley is Rs 450, and 4 kilograms of dates is Rs 2100.

Furthermore, the cost of 4 kg of raisins has now been estimated at Rs. 2800.

Fitrana Amount 2023 Pakistan

On Saturday, he stated that the quantity of Fitrana had been determined at Rs. 170 per person depending on the market rate of 2.5 Kg flour.

fitrana amount 2023 pakistan

On the other hand, Mufti Muneeb-ur-Rehman, the EX Chairman of the Ruet-e-Hilal Committee, stated that the Sadaqat-ul-Fitr/Fidya amount in 2023 is Rs.320 this year in relation to the 2 KG wheat/flour. He mentioned in a tweet;

Fitrana Eligibility

The receivers that are eligible for this amount are just like the individuals to whom you can send the Fitrana amount:

  • The poor (low-income households)
  • The needy (someone who is in difficulty)
  • Zakat administrators who distribute
  • New Muslims
  • Slaves and captives
  • People in debt
  • People are stranded or traveling with few resources.

Now that you understand how to determine Fitrana in Ramadan 2023 try to give the money to people in need to have their Eid-ul-Fitr more enjoyable.

Fitrana Amount of 2023 in Pakistan

Even before the Eid ul Fitr prayer following Ramadan, each Muslim performs Fitrana. 2023 Fitrana must rely on his spouse, kids, and other family members to provide for Sadqa-e-Fitr. Therefore, Fitrana 2023 could be collected a few days earlier than Ramadan. 100 rupees Mufti Abdul Khabeer Azad 2023 established the Fitarana required amount. I hope you enjoy this post and will share it.

Note that sadaqat al-Fitr are required for all people, even children born before Eid prayers.

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