HOLIDAYS – Declaration of General Holiday on 06.10.2014 (Monday), instead of 05.10.2014 (Sunday), on account of Bakrid and Declaration of Optional Holiday on 14.10.2014 (Tuesday) instead of 13.10.2014 (Monday) on the occasion of Eid-E-Gadeer –Notification – Issued.
Bakrid Holiday on 6th October 2014GENERAL ADMINISTRATION (POLL.A) DEPARTMENT, G.O.Rt.No.3337, Dated 02 -10-2014
Read the following:-
1.G.O.Rt.No. 5236, G.A.(Poll.A) Dept., dt.29.11.2013
2.From State President A.P. Muslim Minority Employees Welfare Association Lr.No.3ap/P/MMEWA/2014 dt. 10.09.2014 & 26.09.2014.
3.From the President, Shiya Youth Conference letter dt.26.09.2014.
4.Govt. Letter No.179/Poll.A/A2/2014 dt.26.09.2014.
5.From the C.E.O.,A.P.State Wakf Board,Hyderabad Lr.No.F.No.E1/16/2007-S dt. 27.09.2014.
2. In his letter 5th read above, the Chief Executive Officer, Andhra Pradesh State Wakf Board, Hyderabad has recommended to declare 06.10.2014 (Monday) instead of 05.10.2014 (Sunday) as General Holiday on the occasion of Bakrid and to declare 14.10.2014 (Tuesday) as Optional Holiday on the occasion of Eid-EGadeer instead of 13.10.2014 (Monday) as per moon sight.
3. The Government, after careful consideration of the matter, have decided to change the General Holiday from 05.10.2014 (Sunday) to 06.10.2014 (Monday) on the occasion of Bakrid and Optional Holiday from 13.10.2014 (Monday) to 14.10.2014 (Tuesday) on the occasion of Eid-E-Gadeer. Accordingly, the following notification is issued and shall be published in the extra-ordinary Gazette of Andhra Pradesh
In partial modification of the orders issued in G.O.Rt.No.5236, General Administration (Poll.A) Department, dated 29.11.2013, notifying the General Holidays and Optional Holidays, the Government hereby declare 06.10.2014 (Monday) as General Holiday on the occasion of Bakrid instead of 05.10.2014 (Sunday), and 14.10.2014(Tuesday) as Optional Holiday on the occasion of EidE-Gadeerinstead of 13.10.2014 (Monday) declared earlier
Download G.O Rt.No.3337 Dated 01.10.2014 for more information about Bakrid Holiday