Eid-ul-Azha Public Holidays Notification Issued for 3 Days by Federal Government

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Eid-ul-Azha Holidays Notification/Press release Issued for 3 Days by Federal Govt

Eid Holidays will be from 15-17 October, 2013 (9-11 Zilhajj, 1434 AH)

Eid ul Azha Holidays 1434 AH / 2013 Notification
Eid ul Azha Holidays 1434 AH / 2013 Notification

Islamabad (Thursday, October 10, 2013) – Federal Government of Pakistan, Interior Ministry has issued notification regarding Eid-ul-Azha public holidays.

All Offices, Schools, Colleges, Banks, Private and Government Departments and ministries will be closed as per schedule:-

October 15, 2013 (Tuesday) to October 17, 2013 (Thursday)

Zilhaj 9, 1434 A.H. to Zilhaj 11, 1434 A.H.

Thus Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday will be OFF. Friday, October 18th, 2013 will be first working day after Eid holidays/OFF.

Eid Holiday Notification dated October 9,  2013 federal govt interior ministry
Eid Holiday Notification dated October 9, 2013 federal govt interior ministry

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49 thoughts on “Eid-ul-Azha Public Holidays Notification Issued for 3 Days by Federal Government

  1. Raja Khakiq Dad

    12 Zil Haji is also day of eid in islamic history. very said for not observing 12 Zil Haj as eid day

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  2. Faheel Yahya

    holidays should be of 4 days, how can people celebrate eid who are living in far places.
    This is an irresponsible decision from Government

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  3. khurram naeem

    it should be 4 days as 12 Zil Haji is also Eid day. this decision should be reviewed again.

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  4. Tahir Iqbal

    RESPECTED PRIME MINISTER SB

    Can you think how a person reach office on Friday? Its purely mismanagement at all the levels of Govertment. PML-N going to loose its popularity day by day based on the various actions taken by your Government.

    No one join office from Saturday 12-10-2013 to 20-11-2013.

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  5. Usman

    Very sad … govt have to announce 4 holidays, it is islamic festival and govt is not even allowing to observe 3rd day of Eid…

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    1. Zulfiqar Awan

      maria mary kahayal ma agr bar ka countries ko dekha jay tu voh mazbhi tawaar pa kafi chutain datay han or aik hamary hukmaraan han jo apany mazbhi tawaar pa bhi chatain ni datay atlease five days leave karni cheye thi govt ko…………………

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  6. KHUSHAZI@GMAIL.COM

    BOHAT ACHA HOWA HA LOGOWN KAY SATH ….. AUR DOO SHAIR KO VOTE LOGO

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  7. ABDUL REHAN

    IT IS VERY BAD DECISION OF THE GOVT BECAUSE 3ED DAY OF EID IS ALSO A QURBANI DAY HOW CAN PEOPLE CELEBRATE THESE DAYS SPECIALLY OUTSIDER SERVANTS. I THINK 15TH TUESDAY HOLIDAY IS A UN NECESSARY HOLIDAY.

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  8. Shehzad

    Respected Nawaz Sb,
    This decision is wrong, please extend & annoys one more holiday

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  9. Shah1

    Govt ka decision ye log pagal ho ge hen inko koch samjh nhe a raha k karna kia hy

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  10. Taaha

    CHoudhary ne majan CHonian ne Jummay nu…is wastay chuti nahi di…Allah Bachaai is sher ne to aa k mulak ka satya naas kar dia hai..Kha jay ga puray Pakistan ko…bara shok tha na logon ko SHer ko Bulanay ka ab bhugtain…Kon jay ga office Friday ko, Eid ka din hai aur chuti nahee di..Afsos sad afsos aur Lakh di laanat in Hukamrano pe

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  11. akif

    Jese awam wesa reaya . agar kashti toufan mein le ka ka jio ga tu tofan bechara kya karega. Shaar banu

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  12. Engr. Usman

    chalo tum nay 3 e chutiyan deni hain tu wed to friday de do. Baki 2 khud kar lain.. now in this scenario, one cant put up one’s leave for Monday and Friday both;… :(

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  13. Dr Aslam Butt

    A confusion got created by the earlier news appearing in the Press/TV channels that a summary had been sent for approval for 4 days as public holidays on account of Eid ul Azha 2013. Can the Govt stop Press/ TV channels in future to refrain from issuing such news in advance ?

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  14. FJK

    This is really shameful decision of the bureaucracy, establishment & government. At least they should have the sense to include and cover 3 days of eid in announced holidays. They must review it immediately.

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  15. Mian Jaan

    it should be 4 days shame on this name sake govt , this is bari eiod for muslims and muslim celebrate & do qurbani on 3rd day as well.
    I only request the govt please reconsider their schedule holidays and announce holiday for one more day that is 18th oct holidays for 3rd day of eif

    tks

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  16. Moeen

    ab logon ka religious haq bhi cheenein ge yeh log …Shariat k mutabiq 12 zill hajj is eid day …aur bahut se log hain jo 3rd day of EID bhi qurbani karte hain ……
    so EID ka pehla din main ghar guzaroon ga aur aur 2nd day bus pakar k wapis aon ga beacause 18th oct ko office ana hai :((((((((((((((((((((
    very shame on Interior ministary & Nawaz Shareef

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  17. Arif Qayyum

    My Dear Countrymen!
    Please realize the need of the hour, strive hard to come out of the economic downfall. The regligious obligations are subject to affordability… require no holidays more than the holidays announced by the state. We must learn to say “yes” to the decisions of our government. It is not fair that a nation is captured in the circumstances of sacrifice 365 days a year but still demands extra holidays for 1 or 2 days.
    (banday de puttar ban k kam kro kam, Qurbani ki himmat to hai nhi, chhutian kia krni hain?)
    Thanks to all my dear, poor and cruel Pakistanies.

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  19. usman ghani

    I think our sleepy nation needs to wake up and start working day and night to make this country prosper. So stop complaining and thank Almighty Allah for what you have in your hands.
    Thx

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  20. shakeel

    all other provinces announces 4 days eid leave except punjab. great discrimination by pmln. no change in country with one day work

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  21. SyedSaeed

    Its Islamic Republic of Pakistan where only non-Islamic holidays and festivals are followed and entertained by the Govt officials of Pakistan.

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