Two public holidays around the corner in Sindh

The Sindh government has announced two public holidays in the coming month. One is on April 1 and the second is on April 4.

The Sindh government has declared April 1st as a public holiday for members of the Christian community for the “Day After Easter” for all public and private offices, autonomous bodies, semi-autonomous bodies, and corporations under the administrative control of the provincial government.

Additionally, the Sindh government on Thursday announced a public holiday on April 4 on the occasion of the death anniversary of former prime minister and late Pakistan Peoples Party founder (PPP) founder Zulfikar Ali Bhutto.


In a notification, the provincial authorities said: “The Government of Sindh has been pleased to declare 4th April, 2024 (Thursday) as Public Holiday on the occasion of 45th Martyrdom anniversary of Quaid-e-Awam Shaheed Zulfiqar Ali Bhutto, Ex-Prime Minister of Islamic Republic of Pakistan throughout the Province of Sindh.”

This is applicable for all government offices, autonomous and semi-autonomous bodies, corporations, and local councils under the administrative control of the provincial government except those engaged in essential services will remain closed.

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