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Islamabad Capital Territory ICT Announced Local Holiday on Monday, January 30 2023
Islamabad Capital Territory ICT Announced Local Holiday within the revenue limit of Islamabad, Monday, January 30, has been designated as a local holiday by the notification issued by the office of the Magistrate of the Islamabad Capital Territory (ICT).
On Monday, January 30, 2013, all educational and other institutions will remain closed. The only exceptions are the offices of critical services in Islamabad, such as the MCI, CDA, ICT Administration, ICT Police, IESCO, SNGPL, and hospitals. There would be no change to the status of Islamabad’s private and public educational institutions, as well as colleges.
The presence of Shaikh Muhammad bin Zayed Al Nahyan, President of the United Arab Emirates, has prompted the government of Pakistan to declare a holiday in Islamabad. On January 25, Prime Minister Shehbaz Sharif met with his High Highness Shaikh Muhammad in Rahim Yar Khan. Shaikh Muhammad had travelled there on a private trip to hunt the bird species known as captors.
After concluding his private visit, Prime Minister Shehbaz Sharif extended an invitation to the President of the UAE to visit Islamabad. On Monday, January 30, the President of the United Arab Emirates is scheduled to arrive in Islamabad. Because of his arrival, all of the public and private schools, colleges, and offices in the territory that comprises Islamabad will remain closed.
Despite this, the Capital Development Authority, the Islamabad Municipal Corporation, the Islamabad Capital Police, the Islamabad Electric Supply Power Company, Sui Northern Gas Pipelines Limited, and the hospitals would continue to function as expected.
Earlier, the Vice Chairman of the wealthy UAE organisation Al Lootah met with the Governor of Sindh, Kamran Tessori, and announced the development of both a University and a power plant in Karachi.
Both nations have been engaged in close cooperation for several decades now. Because of their shared values, beliefs, and other traditions, the United Arab Emirates and Pakistan maintain close brotherly relations.
It is essential to remember that at the beginning of this month, Pakistan’s New Army Chief, Asim Munir travelled to both the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia and the United Arab Emirates. Subsequently, Pakistan’s Prime Minister, Shehbaz Sharif, met with the President of the UAE.