Life returning to normal in Federal Capital after Eid-ul-Fitr

Islamabad: Life in Islamabad was back to its normal hustle and bustle on Monday when most of the people returned from their hometowns after Eid holidays.

After giving a deserted look for almost five days, life is slowly returning to normal in twin cities as people are returning from their hometown after celebrating Eidul Fitr with their families and relatives.

A large number of people, residing in twin cities in connection with their jobs, go to their hometown every year to celebrate Eid with their near and dear ones. They mainly belong to various cities of the country and are living in twin cities for their studies or jobs.

The government this time has announced three Eid holidays, while people started leaving for home to celebrate Eid on Wednesday as the government has also announced holidays. Earlier, like every year on Eid-ul-Fitr, the federal capital wore a deserted look as most of the natives have moved toward their home towns to celebrate Eid with their near ones. The public transport plying between the twin cities of Islamabad and Rawalpindi was seen very limited and the people who visiting recreational spots were bound to pay double charges to the available transport.

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