Second phase of Hajj training to commence from Monday

Islamabad—The second phase of Hajj training would commence from Monday (July 11), to enable intending pilgrims to perform the sacred religious obligation in accordance with the Sunnah of the Holy Prophet Hazrat Muhammad (PBUH). Ministry of Religious Affairs and Interfaith Harmony has chalked out a comprehensive strategy to train intending pilgrims in over 250 cities of the country. The ministry has already completed hajj training in 138 cities from May to June. The training covers how to wear ‘Ahram’ and observe sanctity of the holy places besides performing rituals at Madina and manners of offering prayers at Masjid e Nabvi and ‘Salam’ at ‘Roza e Rasool (Peace Be Upon Him).”
On July 11, the Hajj ritual training would start from Haji camp Sukkur including Tehsil Thari Mirwah; Khaipur; Gambat; Faiz Ganj; Sobhodero; Kingri; Nara and Kot Diji; Kahuta; Kallar Sayyedan; Qasimabad; Hyderabad Rural; Latifabad and Hyderabad City. On July 12, intending pilgrims from Moro; Kandiaro; Naushero Feroz; Mehrab Pur; Bhirya; Ghazi; Haripur; Gujranwala city; Faisalabad; Hussain Bux Marri; Jhuddo; Kot Ghulam Muhammad; Sindhri; Digri and Turbat would be trained in their respective Haji Camps. On July 13, the intending pilgrims from Nawabshah; Dolatpur; Skrand, Daur; Havelian; Abbottabad; Faisalabad city; Faisalabad Saddar; Chak Jhumra; Gujranwala city; Gujranwala Saddar; Noshera Virkan; Kamoke; Chamber and Jhando Mari would be imparted hajj ritual trainings in their nearby haji camps. —APP

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