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Saudi Arabia increases Pakistan’s Hajj quota to 200,000

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Saudi Arabia has increased the Hajj quota for Pakistan existing 184,210 pilgrims to 200,000 to facilitate more people from the brotherly country to perform Hajj. Photo: AFP
 

ISLAMABAD: The Saudi government on Wednesday announced the increase of Pakistan’s Hajj quota to 200,000, Foreign Minister Shah Mehmood Qureshi said.

Speaking to Pakistan Television, FM Qureshi said the message was conveyed to him by his Saudi counterpart Adel bin Ahmed Al-Jubeir during a telephonic conversation. “The government and people of Pakistan are thankful to the Saudi government for this commendable step,” he said.

“Saudi Arabia has increased the Hajj quota for Pakistan from the existing 184,210 pilgrims to 200,000 to facilitate more people from the brotherly country to perform Hajj,” Qureshi shared.

The foreign minister appeared upbeat over the development and said he has informed Prime Minister Imran Khan about the Kingdom’s decision. Terming the development as another gift from Kahdim-e-Harmain Sharifain for the people of Pakistan, Qureshi said it would provide an opportunity to more people from the country to fulfill their religious obligation.

Moreover, he thanked Crown Prince Mohammad bin Salman as well as the Government of Saudi Arabia for their kind gesture on his as well as on behalf of the government and the people of Pakistan.

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