Hyderabad, April 19 (INN): Deputy Chief Minister Mohammed Mahmood Ali said that the State Government would strive to provide the best facilities to the Haj pilgrims going on Haj this year.
Speaking a gathering at the first Haj Orientation Training camp at Hi-Tech Garden Function Hall at Old Malakpet here on Sunday, he said that he would try to provide free accommodation to six hundred pilgrims at Makkah, which was deprived of for the past two years. He said that Chief Minsiter K Chandrasekhar Rao has instructed to provide all possible facilities to the Haj pilgrims. He further said that a delegation would be sent to Makkah to oversee the arrangements there. He requested the pilgrims to pray for the development of the country, the state and the community.
Special Secretary to Government Syed Omer Jaleel gave useful advises to the Haj pilgrims and said that they should be prepared to face the difficulties and problems during this journey. He advised the pilgrims to carry necessary drugs along with them as the medicines would not be available there.
Minorities Welfare Director Mohammed Jalauddin Akber congratulated the pilgrims on their selection for Haj this year. Prof. Special Officer Telangana State Haj Committee said that the pilgrims should exhibit patience and resilience during Haj. He said that Qurbani (Sheep sacrifice) arrangements would be made by Haj committee of India through Islamic development Bank. Food would be served in Madeenah and each pilgrim would be provided with SR 1500/- at the time of departure from Hyderabad.
Distinguished scholars including Moulana Syed Shah Azam Ali Sufi, Moulana Khaja Moinuddin, Molana Abdur Rasheed Talha and others highlighted the rituals and their significance. Master Trainer Khaja Naseruddin detailed the logistic arrangements. Hafiz Saber Pasha recited verses from Holy Qura’an, while Irfan Shareef of Haj committee and Ansaar Anwar rendered Na’at in praise of holy Prophet. A large number of ladies also attended the training Camp for them necessary separate arrangements were made.