Holidays Schedule for 2023 with Five Long Weekends

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Holidays Schedule for 2023 with Five Long Weekends

The complete list of all mandatory and optional holidays that will be recognized nationwide in 2023 was recently released by the federal government of Pakistan.

There will be a total of 16 public holidays in 2023, the first of which is Kashmir Day on February 5th, according to the official announcement made by the Cabinet Division.

There will be plenty of long weekends for the people to take advantage of with 5 holidays falling on Fridays or Mondays.

Kashmir DaySunday 5 February
Pakistan DayThursday 23 March
Eid-ul-FitrSaturday, Sunday, Monday 22, 23, 24 April
Labour DayMonday 1 May
Eid-ul-AzhaThursday, Friday, Saturday 29, 30 June and 1 July
Ashura(9 and 10 Mohrram)Thursday, Friday 27, 28 July
Independence DayMonday 14 August
Eid Milad-un-NabiThursday 28 September
Allama Iqbal DayThursday 9 November
Quaid-e-Azam Day/ChristmasMonday  25 December
Day after Christmas (only for Christian community)Tuesday  26 December
Holidays schedule

Bank holidays schedule for 2023

Following that, there will be bank holidays. Banks, DFIs, and MFBs will not be open to the general public on these days, although they will be open to their staff.

Monday2 January
Wednesday22 March (1st Ramazan for deduction of Zakat)
Monday3 July
Holidays schedule
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