Public Holiday on Wednesday 12th April Notification in Sindh All Educational Institutions

All private and public schools as well as colleges within Sindh will remain closed on the 12th of April 2024 in observance of ” Youm – E- Ali ( 21st Ramadan 1444). Public Holiday on Wednesday 12th April Notification was issued through Sindh’s College Education Department by the Government of Sindh. According to the most recent reports, Public Holiday Announces in All Educational Institutions on Wednesday 12th April.

According to notice No.SO ( A & T – I) in accordance with the decision taken by the steering committee meeting, a public holiday will be announced in all schools.

The notification will be sent for information on the part of the Governor’s Principal Secretary of Sindh and the Principal Secretary to the Chief Minister of Sindh and the other authorities concerned.It is important to note that this holiday is only valid in Sindh Province. The other provinces have not yet announced an off day for the 21st Ramazan.

Public Holiday on Wednesday 12th April Notification in Sindh

Public Holiday on Wednesday 12th April Notification

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Purpose Of Celebrating “Youm-e-Ali”

“Youm-e-Ali” is a significant event for the Shia Muslim community worldwide, and its observance is particularly important in the Sindh province of Pakistan. This day is observed on the 21st day of Ramadan, which is believed to be the day when Hazrat Ali, the cousin, and son-in-law of Prophet Muhammad, was mortally wounded while leading the morning prayer in the mosque of Kufa, in present-day Iraq.

For the Shia Muslim community, Hazrat Ali holds a very special place, as he is considered one of the most important figures in Islamic history. He was the first male convert to Islam, a renowned scholar, and a respected leader. His martyrdom is seen as a significant event in the history of Islam and is remembered with great reverence by Shia Muslims.

The purpose of celebrating “Youm-e-Ali” is to remember Hazrat Ali’s life, teachings, and sacrifice, and to honor his contributions to the religion of Islam. On this day, Shia Muslims attend special prayer services, recite passages from the Quran, and participate in processions to express their devotion and respect for Hazrat Ali. They also use this occasion to reflect on the importance of justice, righteousness, and unity, which were the hallmarks of Hazrat Ali’s life and leadership.

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