ISLAMABAD: The federal government has announced four holidays for Eid-ul-Fitr that will commence from June 15th on Friday.
According to a summary prepared by the Interior Ministry has been approved, Eid holidays will be observed from June 15th in the country.
updated notification shared by Deputy commissioner Islamabad shared below, earlier another copied circulating on social media was fake.
Last year, the government had announced only three holidays for the Eid-ul-Fitr.
On Wednesday, Pakistan Meteorological Department (PMD) said that there are visible chances of the Eid moon being sighted on June 15, Friday.
According to the Met Office, there are fewer chances of the moon being sighted on June 14 (Thursday) with a chance of Eid-ul -Fitr being celebrated on June 16 (Saturday) across Pakistan.
In Pakistan, the holy month of Ramzan began on May 17 (Thursday). The Islamic month will comprise 30 days if the Eid is celebrated on June 16.