Gazetted holidays in Pakistan in 2020. Today you will find here the complete detail about the public holidays in Pakistan in 2020.
In Pakistan other than weekends people enjoy a number ofholidays as national holidays or public holidays. In Pakistan federal ministryand the provincial ministry announce the gazetted holidays. All the significantevent, whether national or religious, bring the national holiday for the people.
Public holidays in Pakistan are observed as per theIslamic calendar for religious festivals and the Gregorian calendar for civil events.
The government of Pakistan announces the gazette holidays in Pakistan every year. The official public holidays in Pakistan in 2020, as per details the following list shows how much public holidays will be beside Eid ul Fitr, Eid ul Azha, Independence Day, Ashura, Eid Milad un Nabi (SAW), and Quaid-e-Azam Day.
HERE IS THE LIST OFPUBLIC HOLIDAYS IN PAKISTAN in 2020:
|5th February||Wednesday||Kashmir Day|
|23th March||Monday||Pakistan Day|
|1st May||Friday||Labour Day|
|25th May||Monday||Eid ul-Fitr Holiday|
|26th May||Thursday||Eid ul-Fitr Holiday|
|27th May||Friday||Eid ul-Fitr Holiday|
|31st July||Friday||Eid ul Azha Holiday|
|1st August||Saturday||Eid ul Azha Holiday|
|14th August||Friday||Independence Day|
|29th August||Saturday||9th Muharram|
|30th October||Friday||Milad un-Nabi|
|25th December||Friday||Christmas Day|
|25th December||Friday||Quiad-e-Azam Day|
The official notification by the InteriorMinistry of the government of Pakistan for the Public Holidays in Pakistan in 2020will be posted here.
Provincialholidays in Pakistan in 2020:
Besides the gazetted holidays in Pakistan, there are also some of the provincial holidays. The provincial holidays in Pakistan in 2020 to be observed in different cities which includes include the Data Ganj Bakhsh Urs, Death Anniversary of Zulfiqar Ali Bhutto and Urs of Shah Abdul Latif Bhattai. On such occasions, schools and some other government institutes remain close.
Bank Holidays in Pakistan in 2020:
The dates for bank holidays in Pakistan in 2020 include the 1st of January and the 1st of July. On the occasion of bank holidays in Pakistan, the banks remain closed.
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