APTMA wants Eid holiday plan reviewed

By: News Desk      Published: 12:36 AM, 1 May, 2021
Ejaz Gohar, the patron-in-chief of All Pakistan Textile Mills
Ejaz Gohar

Ejaz Gohar, the patron-in-chief of All Pakistan Textile Mills Association (APTMA), has urged the government to review the Eid holiday plan.

The NCOC announced stay home stay safe strategy for mobility control from May 8 to 16 which included the Eid holidays.

Gohar said this will put the entire county to a halt from May 8 to 17 and this 10-day closure would inflict a big loss to the economy. He said the holiday should be from May 13 to May 16.

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