The deputy commissioner of Islamabad said that the administration of the federal capital has issued the orders to open all the malls, shopping centres, and the markets across the clock for Eid.
According to the details shared by the DC Islamabad Muhammad Hamza Shafqaat, the barbershops and all other commercial centers will stay open for the upcoming Eidul Fitr. The orders to open all the malls and shopping centers will be implemented from Monday onwards.
Earlier, the Supreme Court of Pakistan has issued the order in which the top court instructed all provinces to open shopping malls along with all markets.
It is pertinent to mention here that the federal capital of Islamabad has reported 947 confirmed cases of the novel coronavirus so far and the number of deaths due to the deadly virus stands at four.
On the other hand, Imran Khan Prime Minister of Pakistan calls for a meeting on Monday in order to finalize the decision over resuming the train services which stopped due to the coronavirus lockdown.
As per some sources, the federal government of Pakistan is planning to allow Pakistan Railways to operate thirty trains before Eid-ul-Fitr which is most probably expected to fall on 25th May.