PM boosts public to gear up for work as Eid holidays end

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As the four-day Eid holidays ended Friday, Prime Minister Shehbaz Sharif urged the general public to get into the work mode following their festive time.

“Let us get back to work now,” the prime minister tweeted as the nation celebrated the Eid on the public holidays announced for May 2-5 (Monday-Thursday).

The prime minister hoped that the people would have spent happy times with their loved ones during the Eid holidays besides taking rest.

“Hope you all had a wonderful time with your families during the Eid holidays and rested well,” he said.

PM Shehbaz Sharif, also known as ‘Pakistan Speed’ is recognized for his dedication to work and also for encouraging people to follow the suit.

The prime minister, who spent Eid holidays in Lahore, traveled to Islamabad early Friday to resume work at his office.

 

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