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Salik visits Rehlat Manafea Company, reviews Hajj days’ arrangements

By Muhammad Aslam

MAKKAH AL-MUKARRAMA, May 19 (APP):: Minister for Religious Affairs and Interfaith Harmony Chaudhry Salik Hussain visited the Rehlat Manafea Company, a service provider, on Sunday to review the arrangements made for Pakistani Hujjaj, particularly during the five Hajj days in Mashair from 8-12 Zilhaj.

Upon arrival, the company’s CEO, Ahmed Abdullatef Tammar, along with his team, welcomed the Pakistan delegation, led by the religious minister.

Secretary, Ministry of Religious Affairs, Dr Syed Ata-ur-Rehman, Director General (Hajj), Jeddah/Head of Pakistan Hajj Mission, Abdul Wahab Soomor, Director Makkah, Faheem Afridi, Head of Medical Mission, Brigadier Jamil Ahmed Lakhiar, Director Mouavneen Asghar Yusufzai and other officials assisted the minister in the meeting.

Minister Salik Hussain appreciated the company for making timely and elaborate arrangements, including transport, accommodation, and catering in Mina, Arafat and Muzdalfa.

He stressed the need to explore ways and means for further collaboration in Hajj-related matters aimed at extending maximum facilitation to the guests of Allah Almighty at the holy land.

During the meeting, CEO Ahmed Abdullatef Tammar said the company, which has a team of highly skilled professionals, has finalized 100 percent arrangements well before time.

The minister invited the CEO to visit Pakistan for increased cooperation and collaboration in future Hajj-related plans.

Accepting the invitation, the CEO said he would visit Pakistan in August.

Later, Chaudhry Salik Hussain took a round of Mina, Arafat, and Muzdalfa to witness the arrangements on the ground.

The minister expressed satisfaction over the arrangements.

The visit of Minister Chaudhry Salik Hussain to Rehlat Manafea Company demonstrated the government’s commitment to ensuring a smooth and spiritually fulfilling Hajj experience for Pakistani pilgrims.

The minister’s appreciation for the company’s efforts and his invitation to the CEO to visit Pakistan reflect the government’s desire for continued collaboration and improvement in Hajj-related services.

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