Hajj: Banks start receiving Hajj applications

Islamabad: Designated banks has started receiving Hajj applications under Government Scheme from Monday. The applications under government scheme would be entertained on first come, first served basis.

According to Hajj Policy, 143,368 Pakistanis would perform Hajj and the government and private hajj group organizers will have fifty fifty quota.

Any person who has performed Hajj during the last five years will not be eligible to perform Hajj this year except as Mehram or the one undertaking Haj-e-badal.

Hajj package under the government scheme from Karachi, Quetta and Sukkur will be 262,231 rupees and from Peshawar, Islamabad, Lahore, Multan, Rahim Yar Khan, Faisalabad and Sialkot would be 272,231 rupees.

An additional amount of 14,500 rupees would be required from those applicants who opt to perform their qurbani through Islamic Development Bank.

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