‘Pardesi’ start leaving Islamabad to celebrate Eid-ul-Fitr

National'Pardesi' start leaving Islamabad to celebrate Eid-ul-Fitr

ISLAMABAD, Pakistan: The people hailing from different parts of the country have started leaving Islamabad to celebrated Eid-ul-Fitr with their loved ones with religious fervour and enthusiasm.

This time Eid holidays are double as compared to past which will help to celebrated Eid at home town with their relatives and friends.

On the other side, the government has directed the concerned federal and provincial departments to ensure due facilities to passengers and implement fix fares in letter and spirit.

Talking to the state-run news agency on Monday, Muhammad Amjad, who was at Karachi company bus stand Islamabad for booking his seat, said passengers are easily getting advance tickets that too on fixed fare this year.

A passenger Muhammad Farooq said reduction of oil prices by PML-N government directly benefitted the passengers, who used private transport to reach their home towns.

He said this time another goodness for us is that government is likely to announce more holidays as compared to past, which will definitely help us spending more time with our relatives and friends.

Amana Bibi, who is working at Capital and travelling from Islamabad to Layyah said her all family members are going to celebrate Eid-ul-Fitr this year at their home town as government’s relief on oil products prices have made the fares affordable in their limited budget.

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