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Public Holiday on December 25th for Quaid-e-Azam Day and Christmas

In a festive announcement, the caretaker government of Sindh has embraced the spirit of unity and celebration by declaring December 25th a public holiday, marking both Quaid-e-Azam Day and Christmas. This thoughtful decision extends a welcome break to all officers, autonomous bodies, corporations, and local councils under the administrative umbrella of the Sindh government, excluding those involved in essential services.

Contrary to local media reports, the official notification from the caretaker government did not mention December 26th as a public holiday specifically for the Christian community in celebration of Christmas. However, the inclusion of December 25th as a public holiday ensures that everyone in Sindh has the opportunity to observe and commemorate the revered Quaid-e-Azam Day and the joyous occasion of Christmas.

The anticipation is high, as the federal government and other provincial authorities are expected to follow suit, declaring a public holiday in honor of Quaid-e-Azam Day. This aligns with the spirit of national unity, recognizing the significance of the day dedicated to the founder of Pakistan.

It’s worth noting that the Cabinet Division had already set the stage for this festive break by declaring December 25th as an off-day in the list of holidays released earlier this year. This proactive move allows individuals across Sindh to plan and participate in festivities, religious observances, and reflective moments, fostering a sense of togetherness during this joyous time.

As December 25th approaches, Sindh residents can look forward to a well-deserved break to pay homage to Quaid-e-Azam Muhammad Ali Jinnah and celebrate the festive spirit of Christmas. The convergence of these two significant occasions underlines the rich cultural diversity and harmonious coexistence within the region. So, mark your calendars, embrace the holiday cheer, and enjoy this special day of unity and celebration in Sindh.

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