Holiday declared on Balochistan due to Holi
Holiday declared on Balochistan due to Holi

Islamabad: Two days holiday has been announced for the Holi festival in the Balochistan province of Pakistan. Every year, the minority of Hindus in Balochistan celebrate the festival of Holi. In the notification released on Sunday, CM Jam Kamal Khan declared a holiday for the Hindu community only on 9 and 10 March. Sindh was the first province in Pakistan to announce a holiday on Holi for the Hindu community in 2016.

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2% of Pakistan's 200 million population is of Hindus and the largest Hindu population lives in Sindh province. CM Kamal Khan of Balochistan also wished the Hindu community on the occasion of Holi. He said that the festival of Holi is a day of victory for Hindus and the use of colors symbolizes the spring season. CM Khan said that the Hindu community has been an integral part of our traditions and culture in Baluchistan for centuries. They have religious freedom and equal rights as the majority population.

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Balochistan CM Jam Kamal Khan said that the Hindu community has contributed significantly in the progress of the country and the province. Hindus were handed over their ancient temple in Jhab to protect the rights of the people and guarantee of religious freedom, while the Quetta Gurdwara was handed over to the Sikh community.

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