- Caretaker Chief Minister Mohsin Naqvi has declared a public holiday in Lahore on September 7th .
- The three-day ceremony, commencing on Tuesday, will feature improved arrangements.
- Naqvi emphasized the commitment to making the best arrangements for the Chehlum processions.
In a recent development, Mohsin Naqvi, the Caretaker Chief Minister of Punjab, has declared a public holiday in Lahore on September 7th (Thursday) in honor of the annual Urs of Data Ganj Bakhsh Syed Ali Hajwari.
The three-day celebration is scheduled to commence on Tuesday, and the chief minister has assured the public of enhanced arrangements for the event. Naqvi stated that extensive meetings were held with the city administration to address various aspects, including the provision of langar khana (community kitchen), ensuring that all attendees can partake in meals.
Furthermore, Naqvi announced the organization of a mehfil-e-samaa (spiritual gathering) and mentioned that outstanding performers will be invited to captivate the audience.
Naqvi reiterated his commitment to ensuring top-notch arrangements for the Chehlum processions and emphasized that comprehensive traffic plans have been finalized to manage the influx of participants.