The government of Sindh has announced a public holiday on the 27th of December owing to the death anniversary of the ex-PM Benazir Bhutto.
As per a notification by the Services, General Administration, and Coordination Department of the provincial government, 27th December has been announced as a public holiday across the province.
All the offices, autonomous and semi-autonomous organizations, cooperations and local councils falling under the domain of the provincial government would remain closed on the day, as per the issued notification.
The current week would also be having another public holiday on the 25th of December because of the birth date of Quaid-e-Azam Mohammad Ali Jinnah. His birthday coincides with Christmas.
Previously, the chairperson of PPP Bilawal Bhutto Zardari had said that his party would be observing the death anniversary of Benazir at Liaquat Bagh at Rawalpindi on the 27th of December.
On the other hand, as per the latest news CNG stations had been closed from Monday morning for further more twenty-four hours and would reopen tomorrow morning after the recent 4-days’ long shutdown in the province of Sindh.
The entire nation is facing the issue of gas shortage ever since the advent of the winter seasons.