Sindh Govt Announces Public Holiday Tomorrow

To mark the 38th death anniversary of former Prime Minister Zulfikar Ali Bhutto on Tuesday, 4th April, the Sindh government has announced a public holiday for the province.

The provincial government issued a notification which stated that following will remain closed.

  • Government offices
  • Autonomous bodies
  • Corporations
  • Local councils under provincial control

The notification to this effect was issued by Chief Secretary Sindh, Rizwan Memon.

It read:

The Government of Sindh is pleased to declare 4th April 2017 (Tuesday) as Public Holiday throughout the Province of Sindh, on the occasion of 38th death anniversary of Shaheed Zulfiquar Ali Bhutto, Ex-Prime Minister of Islamic Republic of Pakistan, for all offices, Autonomous, Semi-Autonomous Bodies, Corporations and Local Councils under the Administrative Control of Government of Sindh except essential services.

Zulfikar Ali Bhutto was the founder of the Pakistan Peoples Party (PPP) and former Prime Minister of Pakistan and was hanged on April 4, 1979 for the alleged murder of a political opponent.

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  • ZAB

    Tou yeh bhi article ban gaya propak pe?

  • Sharjeel Akram Bhatti

    MashAllah Writer kon hye mai uska Face Chomna chata hu :-p Had hye chawal ki

  • Geek At Large

    Bhutto to zinda tha bhaai, chutti kis bat ki.

    • hahah, good one!

    • Muhammed Ovais Alam

      Tha?
      HAI abhi tak

    • Kashif Surhio

      yaar pory saal ek din to officially marta hy, marny do na…

  • If taraf Bhutto Abhi tak Zinda hai aur ghar ghar say chup k nikal raha hai aur dosri taraf barsi manaye jarahi hai yeh to khula tazaad hai.

    Sindh main Govt idaray waisay he nakara hain aur oopar say faltu ke chuttian.

  • dan dan

    Allama Iqbal Day nahi manate or Bhutto ki barsi ki chutti???/

    • ZAB

      Naag League nay khatam ki hai woh chutti.

      • dan dan

        Naag League. Good One. Dilon me zinda hain hamare hereos.

  • Saqib Mansoor

    If there is one aspect in which Pakistan excels, it’s the announcement of public holidays.