Sindh Government declares April 4th a public holiday

The Sindh government has announced a public holiday on April 4th to commemorate the death anniversary of former Prime Minister and Pakistan Peoples Party (PPP) founder, Zulfikar Ali Bhutto.

In an official statement, the Sindh government declared, “April 4th, 2024 (Thursday) will be observed as a public holiday across Sindh in remembrance of the 45th death anniversary of Zulfikar Ali Bhutto, the former Prime Minister of Pakistan.” On this day, all government offices, as well as autonomous and semi-autonomous organizations and local councils under the Sindh government, will remain closed. However, essential services will continue to operate.

Additionally, the Sindh government has designated April 1st as a public holiday for the Christian community to observe the “Day After Easter.” On this day, all public and private offices, along with autonomous and semi-autonomous organizations under the Sindh government, will be closed.

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