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Odisha Government declared July 29 as holiday for this year’s Muharram festival

Bhubaneswar:27/7/23: The Odisha Government today declared July 29 as holiday for this year’s Muharram festival.

The holiday will be applicable for the State Government Offices as well as Revenue and Magisterial Courts (Executive).

May be an image of text that says 'GOVERNMENT OF ODISHA REVENUE AND DISASTER MANAGEMENT DEPARTMENT .**.** NOTIFICATION RDM-Reg-MISC-0014-2022- 20078 /R&D.M., Dated 27 JUL 2023 In partial modification of this Department Notification No. 37021/R&DM. dated 01.11.2022, the Government of Odisha have been pleased to declare holiday on 29.07.2023 (S”day) instead of 28.07.2023 (.y) account of "Muharram" for the State Government Offices as well as the Revenue and Magisterial Courts (Executive). on By order of the Governor (Madhusmita Sahoo, IAS) Additional Secretary to Government'

“The Government of Odisha has been pleased to declare holiday on 29.07.2023 (Saturday) instead of 28.07.2023 (Friday) on account of Muharram for the State Government Offices as well as the Revenue and Magisterial Courts (Executive),” an official notification issued by the State Government said.

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