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Government considering to start application submission of Haj 2021: Naqvi

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Government considering to start application submission of Haj 2021: Naqvi

Government considering to start application submission of Haj 2021: Naqvi

Union Minority Affairs Minister Mukhtar Abbas Naqvi on September 26 informed that government is considering to start process of Haj 2021 application from October-November.

"We are considering to start the process including application submission for Haj 2021 from October-November.

We will wait for Saudi Arabia's guidelines and hope that the pilgrimage takes place," said Minority Affairs Minister.


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