A 14-part assignment from Saudi Arabia’s inside service will touch base in Islamabad on Monday to survey the courses of action made to help Haj pioneers under the ‘Way to Makkah’ venture.
Under the ‘Way to Makkah’ venture — that has been started by Saudi Arabia to encourage Muslim explorers — all movement prerequisites are satisfied at the air terminal of cause. The undertaking additionally incorporates other Muslim nations, similar to Indonesia and Malaysia.
Under the venture, 90 percent of Pakistani explorers will experience traditions and migration forms at the air terminals in Pakistan before leaving for Haj, rather than sitting tight for 10-12 hours in the wake of touching base in Saudi Arabia, a representative for the Ministry of Religious Affairs said.
The Saudi appointment will be informed at the Islamabad International Airport by authorities from Customs, Civil Aviation Authority, the Anti-Narcotics Force and the inside and outside services. The appointment will likewise survey the courses of action made at the air terminals in Karachi, Lahore, Peshawar and Islamabad, where the movement counters are relied upon to be set up.