ISLAMABAD: Pakistan will observe Eid-ul-Fitr holidays from May 10-15, the National Command and Operations Centre (NCOC) said Thursday. “Announcement of Eid Holidays from 10-15 May 2021 — clearly stating intention of reducing national mobility,” the statement from the NCOC said. Earlier on Tuesday, Ministry of Interior announced fresh restrictions across the country which includes a complete ban on tourism from May 8-16. According to the details, a circular has also been issued by the Interior Ministry in this regard. As per the new measures announced by the government, the inter-city and inter-provincial transport will be banned during Eid holidays; however, locals especially of Gilgit Baltistan (GB) will be allowed to travel. NCOC has decided to shut down all tourist places, public parks, hotels and shopping malls during the Eid holidays. Authorities have also decided to close the public transport and only the citizens of Gilgit-Baltistan will be allowed to visit their areas. The press release said the NCOC had decided that a continuous supply of electricity during the Eid will be provided to the masses.