ZAB death anniversary: Sindh government announces holiday on April 4

Government announces holiday to commemorate 33rd death anniversary of Zulfikar Ali Bhutto.

Web Desk April 02, 2012

KARACHI: The Government of Sindh on Monday announced a holiday on April 4 across the province in order to commemorate the 33rd death anniversary of the Pakistan Peoples Party founder leader Zulfikar Ali Bhutto.

The death anniversary of the former prime minister would be observed with great respect and solemnity.

Seminars and workshops will also be held to pay tribute to Bhutto for his services.


Peer Sain | 9 years ago | Reply

Sad as it was loosing the leader it is doubly sad that the kids should not go to school for one more day. Has the Chief Minister lost all sense of productivity?

Contrast this with India. People work half an hour more on the day their first and most popular Prime Minister died. Come of it. It is utter non-sense to announce holidays on this death and that however important the person.

Like this there will be no working days left in the year. Islamabad should strike down such counter productive and populist actions, if I may desist from calling stupid.

Sarah | 9 years ago | Reply

That aside, do schools and universities get to observe it in the shape of a sweet day off?

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