Moharram Public Holiday for 2013 is changed to 15th Nov instead of 14th Nov

GO.4886, GO.4885 Moharram Public Holiday for 2013 is changed to 15th Nov instead of 14th Nov on account of ‘Moharram’ under Negotiable Instruments Act, 1881 and Optional Holiday for 9th Moharram is changed to 14th Nov instead of 13th Nov. Moharram is the First month in Islamic Calender. Aashura which is celebrated on 10th Moharrum is a sacred day for muslims.

       As per G.O.Rt.No.5364, G.A.(Poll.A) Dept., dt. 22.11.2012 Moharram Public Holiday was declared on 14th Nov previously but as per the Letter From the Chief Executive Officer, A.P.State Wakf Board, Hyderabad, Letter F.No.E1/16/2007-S, dt. 05.11.2013 Moharram Public Holiday for 2013 is changed to 15th Nov instead of 14th Nov.
Details are as follows:
         In the G.O.Rt.No.5364, Government have issued orders declaring 14.11.2013 (Thursday) as General Holiday under NI Act, 1881 on the occasion of ‘Moharram’. The Chief Executive Officer, A.P.State Wakf Board, Hyderabad, in his letter 2nd read above, has requested to declare the General Holiday on 15.11.2013 (Friday), instead of 14.11.2013 (Thursday), on account of ‘Moharram’, as per the moon sight.

          2) The Government, after careful consideration of the matter, decided to change the General Holiday from 14.11.2013 (Thursday), to 15.11.2013 (Friday), on the occasion of ‘Moharram’, under Negotiable Instruments Act, 1881. Accordingly, the following notification is issued and shall be published in the extra-ordinary Gazette of Andhra Pradesh:

NOTIFICATION
          In partial modification of the orders issued, notifying the Holidays under Negotiable Instruments Act, 1881, in G.O.Rt.No.5364, G.A.(Poll.A) Dept., dt. 22.11.2012, Government hereby declare that the Holiday on the occasion of ‘Moharram’ shall now be observed on 15.11.2013 (Friday), instead of 14.11.2013 (Thursday), which was declared earlier.

HOLIDAYS – Declaration of Optional Holiday on 14.11.2013 (Thursday) instead of 13.11.2013 (Wednesday) on account of 9th Moharram and General Holiday on 15.11.2013 (Friday) instead of 14.11.2013 (Thursday) on account of ‘Moharram’ – Notification – Issued.
G.O.Rt.No. 4885 Dated: 11-11-2013.
Read the following:-
1) G.O.Rt.No.5363, G.A.(Poll.A) Dept., dt.22.11.2012.
2) From the Chief Executive Officer, A.P.State Wakf Board, Hyderabad, Letter F.No.E1/16/2007-S, dt. 05.11.2013

ORDER:
       In the G.O. 1st read above, Government have issued orders declaring 13.11.2013 (Wednesday) as Optional Holiday on the occasion of 9th Moharam, and 14.11.2013 (Thursday) as General Holiday on the occasion of ‘Moharram’. The Chief Executive Officer, A.P.State Wakf Board, Hyderabad, in his letter 2nd read above, has requested to declare the Optional Holiday on 14.11.2013 (Thursday) instead of 13.11.2013 (Wednesday) on account of 9th Moharam & General Holiday on 15.11.2013 (Friday), instead of 14.11.2013 (Thursday), on account of ‘Moharram’, as per the moon sight.
       2) The Government, after careful consideration of the matter, decided to change the Optional Holiday from 13.11.2013 (Wednesday) to 14.11.2013 (Thursday) on account of 9th Moharam and General Holiday from 14.11.2013 (Thursday), to 15.11.2013 (Friday), on the occasion of ‘Moharram’. Accordingly, the following notification is issued and shall be published in the extra-ordinary Gazette of Andhra Pradesh:
NOTIFICATION
         In partial modification of the orders issued, notifying the General Holidays and Optional Holidays in G.O.Rt.No.5363, G.A.(Poll.A) Dept., dt.22.11.2012, Government hereby declare that the Optional Holiday on the occasion of 9th Moharam shall now be observed on 14.11.2013 (Thursday) instead of 13.11.2013 (Wednesday) and that the General Holiday on the occasion of ‘Moharram’ shall now be observed on 15.11.2013 (Friday), instead of 14.11.2013 (Thursday), which were declared earlier.

1 comment:

  1. Sir, I would like to wish you and all our Muslim brothers and sisters on this mourning occasion of Moharram, which is synonymous with the spirit of Sacrifice.

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