(Latest Upcoming Public) Gazetted Holidays in Pakistan 2022 PDF

(Latest Public) Gazetted Holidays in Pakistan 2022 PDF

(Latest Public)Gazetted Holidays in Pakistan 2022 details are available on this Page. Government of Pakistan, Ministry of Interior Islamabad has issued the official Notification letter on 17th December, 2021 in connection with public and optional holidays in Pakistan 2022.

The Gazetted Holidays in Pakistan 2022 PDF and Optional holidays regarding festivals of Muslims and Minorities for the Calendar Year 2022 would be as under:

Public Holidays 2022 Pakistan

JAN 1New YearOptional Holiday
FEB 5Kashmir DayPublic Holiday
FEB 24Maha ShivaratriHindu Holiday
MAR 13HoliThe national holiday, Hinduism
MAR 20March equinoxSeason
MAR 22Shab e Meraj*Optional Holiday
MAR 23Pakistan DayPublic Holiday
APR 09Shab e Barat*Optional Holiday
APR 14Good FridayChristian, Common Local holidays
APR 16Easter SundayObservance
APR 17Easter MondayThe national holiday, Christian
APR 20Eid e-Rizwan*Optional Holiday
MAY 1Labour DayPublic Holiday
MAY 23 TO MAY 26Eid al Fitr*Public Holiday
JUN 21June SolsticeSeason
JUL 1July 1 Bank HolidayBank Holiday
Eid ul Adha*Public Holiday
AUG 7Raksha BandhanHindu Holiday
AUG 14JanmashtamiHindu Holiday
AUG 14Independence DayPublic Holiday
AUG 25Ganesh ChaturthiHindu Holiday
AUG 29
AshuraPublic Holiday
SEP 6Defense DayObservance
SEP 21NavaratriHindu Holiday
SEP 22September equinoxSeason
SEP 30DussehraHindu Holiday
OCT 19Diwali/DeepavaliThe national holiday, Hinduism
OCT 29
Eid Milad un-Nabi*Public Holiday
NOV 9Iqbal DayOptional Holiday
DEC 21December SolsticeSeason
DEC 24Christmas EveObservance
DEC 25Christmas DayPublic Holiday
DEC 25Quaid-e-Azam DayPublic Holiday
DEC 26Day After ChristmasPublic Holiday
DEC 31New Year’s EveObservance
(Latest Upcoming Public) Gazetted Holidays in Pakistan 2022

Gazetted Holidays in Pakistan 2022 PDF

(Latest Upcoming Public) Gazetted Holidays in Pakistan 2022
Holidays in Pakistan 2022

Government servants desiring to avail themselves of Optional Holidays shall take prior permission of the Head of Office concerned and no Government Servant shall be granted more than one optional holiday in the case of Muslims and three optional holidays for Non-Muslims, in a calendar year.

The grant of this concession should not result in any dislocation of work. In the case of Muslim optional holidays, the number of persons permitted to avail optional holidays should be regulated In a manner so as to adequate staff is available for the proper continuance of the work.

The optional holidays are denominational and may be allowed at the discretion of the Head of Office, provided that work is not suffered.

A Government Servant should not ordinarily be refused an Optional Holiday that is of religious significance to him and the refusal is like to decrease the number of such holidays to which she/he is entitled.

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