First phase of training for Hajj pilgrims begins in Hyderabad

Caretaker Minister for Religious Affairs Aneeq Ahmed says Hajj pilgrims serve as fortunate Ambassadors of Pakistan in Saudi Arabia tasked with upholding nation’s honor as civilized citizens.

This he stated while addressing the first phase of mandatory Hajj ritual training for prospective pilgrims under Government Scheme in Hyderabad today.

The Ministser emphasized that it is imperative to perform Hajj with utmost devotion.

He said this year, the Pakistani government has expanded facilities for pilgrims compared to the previous year, resulting in a reduction of expenses by one hundred thousand rupees from the previous year.

He said the government is providing comprehensive information regarding transportation, accommodation, and provisions for food and beverages.

It’s worth noting that more than 69,000 pilgrims under the government scheme will receive training in two stages across different districts of the country.

The second phase of training will commence after the conclusion of the holy month of Ramadan.

Successful intending pilgrims will receive details of the training schedule through mobile messages and the Hajj app.

Pilgrims will have the opportunity to attend training workshops at convenient local venues.

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