Lahore: As many as 17,9,000 Pakistani pilgrims would perform Hajj this year—a first full force Hajj after 2019, the official sources claimed on Sunday.
According to Radio Pakistan, over 40000 Pakistani intending pilgrims arrived in Saudi Arabia through 158 different flights.
The latest reports suggested that out of these 13095 arrived in Makkah after completing their eight-day stay at Madinah while others were accommodated in Madinah Munawwarah.
These numbers also included 1000 hajj pilgrims who arrived in Saudi Arabia under private hajj scheme through 18 hajj group operators.
According to the spokesperson of Ministry of Religious Affairs, Muhammad Umar Butt the Ministry's monitoring team completed the assessment of 12 hajj group operators.
He said arrangements were being made to provide the sacrifice coupons for the pilgrims at their accommodations.
Umar Butt said 522 Moavineen including medical mission is present in Saudi Arabia to assist pilgrims in every possible manner. Out of these 334 are deputed at Makkah, 172 at Madinah while 19 at Jeddah Airport.
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