Hajj 2020 – Will Be Decided At The Mid Of Ramzan by Minister Noor Ul Haq Qadri
Federal Minister for Religious Affairs Noor Ul Haq Qadri said that Hajj 2020 will be made at the mid of Ramzan.
Minister said to all the travel agencies, don’t make any deal with any persons for Haji before the decisions. The Saudi Authorities will decide in the mid of Ramzan
According to the report, the Minister Noor Ul Haq Qadri said that Pakistan’s Government is constaniuoulsy in touch with the Saudi Arabia Hajj Ministry official on this matter of Hajj and currently the Kingdom’s Authorities had barred them from signing Hajj arrangements deals.
Federal Minister Noor Ul Haq Qadr said that the Kingdom is analyzing the situation of coronavirus pandemic and Saudi Arabia’s Authorities have different options for allowing the Hajj 2020 proceedings.
Minister said that the quota for other countries could be reduced to 10% except for Saudi Arabia and the Gulf region
Minister Noor Ul Haq Qadri stated that after consultation with Pakistani govt Saudi govt will take any decision on Hajj matter.
He said that in the entire Islamic history the proceedings of Hajj remained suspended.
Saudi govt imposed curfew in major cities to combat coronavirus
He said that he feels that hajj could be performed if the situation of coronavirus improves as soon as possible.
The minister for Hajj and Umrah told the international news agency.
Dr. Muhammad Salih bin Taher Banten said,
“ We have asked the world not to rush with regard to Hajj groups until the path of the epidemic becomes clear keeping in mind the safety
y of public health as a priority.
we have coordinated with the ministry of health an inspection tour od hostels that were used for health isolation to ensure that all services and care are provided to pilgrims
the Hajj is likely to begin Juin late in July 202.
However, coronavirus and lockdown in Saudi Arabia have created questions regarf=ding the mass annual Muslim gathering.#
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