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Deputy Chief Minister Mohammed Mahmood Ali has requested the Centre to increase the budget of subsidy provided to Muslims for their Haj pilgrimage, from Rs 690 crore to Rs 1,000 crore.

In a letter addressed to Union Minister for Minority Affairs Mukhtar Abbas Naqvi, Mahmood Ali said the pilgrims, who avail this opportunity. are very poor Muslims and it was felt necessary that the facility of extending subsidy for this noble cause should continue.


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MOHAMMADAMJAD Says:
PLEASE EXTEND THE DATE OF HAJJ APPLICATION SUBMISSION,BECAUSE SO MANY PEOPLE GET CHANCE,PEOPLE HAVE PASS PORT RENEWAL AND Etc.PROBLEMS I HAVE ALSO PROBLEMS MY SISTE WANT TO GO HAJJ BUT THEIR CHINDERAN PASS PORT NOT GETTING BEACOUSE IN DOB CERTIFICATE HAVE FATHER NAME PROBLEMS.IF YOU EXTEND THE DATE THEY ALSO GET CHANCE TO GO HAJJ.

Comment posted on January 17 2017
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