General Election Holidays in School 2024 Pakistan Notification Announced

General Election Holidays in School 2024 Pakistan Notification Announced – Today, January 28, 2024, Pakistan announced the general election holiday schedule for schools. Public and school holidays in Pakistan have been announced by the government. The dates for the holidays in 2024 are thus February 4th through the 12th. The provinces of Balochistan, Sindh, Punjab, and KPK will soon release their election holiday schedules. When the official announcement is made, be sure to stay connected with

General Election Holidays in School 2024 Pakistan [ Notification ]

From February 4th through the 12th, 2024, schools in Pakistan will be closed for the General Election Holidays. On February 4, schools will reportedly be closed, and on February 5, there will be a day off to observe Kashmir Day. As a result of the elections, schools will be closed from February 6th to the 10th.

Election Holidays In Pakistan 2024

04 February 2024 Sunday
05 February 2024 Kashmir Day
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General Election Holidays in Schools 2024

There has been a lot of talk about making February 8, 2024, the date of Pakistan’s general elections, an official holiday in the country as preparations are underway. With the announcement of July 25th as a holiday in the 2018 General Election by the Election Commission of Pakistan (ECP), the holiday is set to occur on February 8th.General Election Holidays in School Pakistan Notification Announced

How many holidays for the election in Pakistan 2024?

Please consult this page to find out how many holidays will be observed in Pakistan during the 2024 election. According to ARY News, schools nationwide are expected to take eight days off in February two weeks before the general elections.

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Islamabad will play host to the general elections on February 8, 2024, and candidates from a variety of political parties are currently meeting and canvassing the city.

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