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Sindh Government Announced Public Holiday on April 4

The Sindh government on Thursday announced public holiday on April 4.

The Sindh government has declared April 4 a public holiday to celebrate the death anniversary of late Prime Minister and Pakistan Peoples Party (PPP) leader Zulfikar Ali Bhutto.

The mission is to try to honor the enduring legacy and contribution of the eminent political figure.

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The Sindh government has announced that April 4, 2024 will be recognized as a public holiday across the province in memory of Zulfiqar Ali Bhutto.

Sindh govt announces public holiday on April 4Sindh govt announces public holiday on April 4

As a result, all government offices, autonomous bodies, businesses, and local councils under provincial control, with the exception of those that provide critical services, will be closed on Thursday.

Zulfikar Ali Bhutto, a prominent figure in Pakistani politics, served as Prime Minister from 1973 until 1977. During his term, he helped shape the country’s political environment and advocated for a number of socioeconomic reforms.

This statement highlights Bhutto’s ongoing influence and significant impact on Pakistan’s political fabric, particularly in his home province of Sindh.

In a related step, April 1 has been declared as a public holiday for the Christian community to commemorate Easter, reflecting the region’s unique cultural and religious tapestry.

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