Govt. Employees Getting 3 Days Leave

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Islami Foundation said that the holy Eid-E-Miladunnabi (PBUH) will be celebrated in the country on Thursday (September 28). The next two days, September 29 (Friday) and September 30 (Saturday) are weekends.

Government employees are getting 3 consecutive days off from Thursday-Friday-Saturday.

In a meeting of the National Moon Sighting Committee held at Baitul Mukarram Mosque on the evening of Friday (September 15), it was decided to observe September 28 as the holy Eid-E-Miladunnabi (PBUH) in the country.

Later in a notification sent to the media, it is said that the moon of the month of Rabiul Awal was not seen in the sky of the country on Friday. As a result, the counting of the holy month of Rabiul Awal begins at the end of Sunday. In view of this, the holy Eid-E-Miladunnabi (PBUH) will be celebrated on September 28 (Thursday).

About 1400 years ago, on 12 Rabiul Awal, the Holy Prophet Muhammad (PBUH) was born in the city of Makkah, Saudi Arabia. He died on the same day in 632 AD at the age of 63.

Devout Muslims around the world fast on this day, and spend the day in Nafal Ibadah with more Darood recitations, Qur'an Sharif recitations, charity etc.

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