Eid ul Adha holidays: Fake notification circulating on social media

 Eid ul Adha holidays: Fake notification circulating on social media

Fake notification circulating on social media related to Eid ul Adha holidays

ISLAMABAD, 13 July: A notification circulating on social media and shared on WhatsApp groups regarding Eid ul Adha holidays is “fake”.

Islamabad Deputy Commissioner Muhammed Hamza Shafqaat shared the image of the notification of the interior ministry and said it is “fake”.

It has been widely shared on social media platforms, creating confusion among the public about the dates for Eid holidays.

A day prior, Private channel had reported that the federal government has decided to grant a three-day holiday for Eidul Adha.

The holidays will fall from July 20 to July 22 — marking the three days of Eid.

Sources had told the news channel that the Interior Ministry had sent a summary to Prime Minister Imran Khan, suggesting four-day holidays.

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