More than 30,000 Pakistani pilgrims reached the holy city of Hijaz to perform Hajj. Under the government scheme, 16,900 pilgrims went directly to Madinah.
According to the media cell set up in Makkah Mukarramah, the process of transporting all the Hajj pilgrims from Pakistan directly to Madinah will be completed by Friday, June 24.
According to the media cell, direct flights from Pakistan to Madinah started on June 6 and a total of 16,900 Pakistanis went directly to Madinah through these flights under the government scheme. All the pilgrims who reached Madinah were given ample opportunity to attend the Holy Shrine of the Holy Prophet (SAW), perform Nawafil in Riyadh-ul-Jannah and perform forty prayers in Masjid-e-Nabawi.
Thus, after an eight-day stay in Madinah, the pilgrims started their journey to Mecca. The process of departure from Madinah to Mecca started on June 14 and will be completed on Friday, June 24. The process of transporting 16900 Pakistani pilgrims from Madinah to Mecca will be completed.
It should be noted that direct flights from Pakistan to Mecca via Jeddah are also in progress. In total, more than 30,000 Pakistani pilgrims have reached the Holy Hijaz to perform Hajj under public and private schemes.