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How Much ‘Fitrana’ Fixed Per Person This Ramadan?

Eminent religious scholar and former Central Ruet-e-Hilal Committee chairman Mufti Muneeb-ur-Rehman declared that the minimum Sadqa-e-Fitr gift, which faithful Muslims are obligated to make during the holy month of Ramadan, has been set at Rs. 320 per individual for the current year. According to Islamic Shariah, this rate is based on the cost of basic items such flour, dates, raisins, cheese, and barley.

Helping the underprivileged and needy members of society, especially on the joyous occasion of Eid-ul-Fitr, is the main goal of Sadqa-e-Fitr. Devout Muslims can support the underprivileged and needy during the approaching Eid-ul-Fitr with this deed, which will also bring blessings from Allah Almighty.

Amount for Fitrana:

According to Mufti Muneeb, the payment for Fitrana is estimated at Rs. 320 per head based on the market price of 2.25 kg of flour. Devout Muslims should pay a minimum of Rs. 480 and Rs. 2,800 per head, respectively, for Fitrana, which is equal to the cost of barley and dates.

According to this, sincere Muslims who wish to pay Fitrana at the rate of raisins should do so by spending Rs. 6,400 for first-class dates and Rs. 4,800 for second-class raisins each individual.

Before the Eid prayers, a faithful Muslim who has extra food must pay Sadqa-e-Fitr. Paying Sadqa-e-Fitr for one’s dependents, such as a husband, children, dependent relatives, or servants, is also expected if one is the primary provider.

Mufti Muneeb Advise:

Mufti Muneeb also advised people to pay the amount to the poor before Eid-ul-Fitr so that they too could celebrate the festival. The most deserving people for Sadqa-e-Fitr are close relatives, followed by neighbors and the poor.

According to Mufti Muneeb-ur-Rehman, it is preferable to pay for a hotel’s supper because the true spirit of Fitr and Fidya is giving a hungry individual two meals. But, in this day of soaring inflation, those who are wealthy should endeavour to pay more to provide aid to the needy.

Anyone who was unable to fast for the entirety of Ramadan is required to make a full-month compensation payment, which is equal to Rs. 9,600 for wheat, Rs. 14,400 for barley, Rs. 84,000 for dates, Rs. 192,000 for first-class raisins, and Rs. 144,000 for second-class raisins, based on the current market price.

According to this, the Kufara (compensation) for skipping 30 fasts in wheat is Rs. 19,200, in barley it is Rs. 28,800, in dates it is Rs. 168,000, in first-class raisins it is Rs. 384,000, and in second-class raisins it is Rs. 288,000. Kufara would cost Rs. 3,200 for wheat, Rs. 4,800 for barley, Rs. 28,000 for dates, Rs. 64,000 for first-class raisins, and Rs. 48,000 for second-class raisins.

Ultimately, Mufti Muneeb-ur-statement Rehman’s reminds devoted Muslims of their commitment to fulfil the needs of those in need during the Eid-ul-Fitr celebrations and to assist the less fortunate during Ramadan. It is hoped that Muslims around the nation will perform this deed of kindness.

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