Federal Minister for Hajj

QUETTA: Federal Minister for Hajj Sardar Muhammad Yusuf has said government was doing all possible for provide facilities to intending hajis this year so that they could discharge their religious obligation with ease.

He said this during his visit to Haji camp here Saturday Prime Minister has directed him to visit hajis camps in all the four provinces. Government has started informative programmes about manasik e Haj and it is hoped intending hajis would benefit from it. He said Hajis have been vaccinated two types of vaccines so that they may not face any difficulty with regard to Saudi laws. He said Saudi government has reduced hajis’ quota by 20 percent this year. However it would be effort of federal government all the forms deposited by people should be able to perform Haj. All government employees who have deposited forms this year would also perform Haj.

He said government has arranged toll free number for redressal of complaints. Intending hajis should register their complaint on this helpline.

He said intending hajis are ambassadors of their country. They should offer special prayers for progress of Muslims world particularly Pakistan and its stability.

He went round various sections of the camp and expressed satisfaction over facilities being extended to intending hajis.

Later minister met with intending hajis individually and asked about their problems.

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