Sample Application for Leave due to Iddat 

Sample Application for Leave due to Iddat for lady office worker.
Iddat is an Arabic word and it is mandatory for the Muslim lady/widow to observe it for 4 months and 10 days after the demise of her husband. The literal meaning of Iddah is to keep count. In Islamic legal terminology, it is the period after her husband’s death, in which the woman has been instructed to refrain from getting married again.This format can help those who want to save their time in choosing the right words for the right purpose. Feel free to use it.

Sample Application for Leave due to Iddat

To,
The Dean,
Smirk Sky Highland University,
Islamabad, Islamic Republic of Pakistan.

Subject: Requesting Iddat leave for lady office worker

Respected Sir,

Good day! I hope you are fine and staying at your home with all peace and wealth. I am here to intimate you regarding sad demise of my husband. Being a Muslim it is my duty towards my religion to keep myself in cover for four months and ten days and I want to make my late husband to wear golden crown in Jannah. Kindly rant me the said leaves and I will join you right after the days passed. I will be thankful to you for this act of greatness. Thank you.

Yours Truly,

Mrs. Salma Shaukat,
24 th February, 2018.

Sample  Requesting Iddat Leave for lady Teacher

To,
Mr. Dean,
Sky lark Foundation University,
Lahore, Islamic Republic of Pakistan.

Subject: Requesting iddat leave for lady teacher

Respected Sir,

With due respect and honour it is to state that please be informed that I am Mrs. Asma Jaffrey and my husband Mr. Tayyab Jaffrey khan had passed away and breathed his last on Monday. The reason of his death was heart arrest and we had found no time to take him to even the nearest hospital. As his widow I have to observe cover for four months and ten days. I will be grateful to you if you grant me the desired leaves. I will join the university as soon as the period will be over. Nothing is pending on my behalf as it is the end of year. Thank you.

Best Regards,

Mrs. Jaffrey Khan,
24 th February, 2018

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