Hyderabad: Chief Minister K Chandrasekhar Rao said that he had a dream of developing the Telangana State and maintain the composite culture of the State. Speaking to Haj pilgrims at the Haj Camp at Nampally here on Wednesday evening, the Chief Minister requested them to pray for fulfilling his dream and for the development of the State and progress and welfare of the people. 

While congratulating the pilgrims for fulfilling of their desire to perform the Haj, he said millions of people desired for going on pilgrimage, but a very few people got the opportunity. He said the State government was keen to solve the problems of stay in Rubat, constructed by the late Nizam of Hyderabad in Makkah, which was constructed close to the Ka’aba in Makkah. 

Chandrasekhar Rao said the Haj pilgrims were considered and treated as the guests of Allah, and therefore they should pray for the welfare and development of the State from deep in their hearts. Deputy Chief Minister Mohammed Mahmood Ali thanked the Chief Minister for extending full support to the Haj Committee for making exemplary arrangements for the departure of Haj pilgrims from Hyderabad, which was considered as the best embarkation point in the country. 

He said the Chief Minister was ruling over the hearts of four crore people of the State. He said that the Chief Minister gave him instructions six months ago, for sorting out the Rubat issue in

Makkah, which resulted in getting free accommodation along with free food and free laundry to 597 pilgrims. 

He further said the Chief Minister had a desire to see smile on the face of every citizen and more particularly, he was interested in the welfare and development of minorities. He also requested the pilgrims for praying for the development of the State and the people.

Special Officer, Telangana State Haj Committee, Prof S A Shukoor welcomed the gathering and said over 6,000 pilgrims from Telangana, Andhra Pradesh and Karnataka were going on pilgrimage from Hyderabad. 

He expressed his gratitude to the Chief Minister and the Deputy Chief Minister for making the Haj Camp a grand success. He said better arrangements were also made in the Haj Terminal with provision of conveyor belt and air conditioning system at the terminal. Moulana Mufti Mohammed Khaleel Ahmed Shaik ul Jamia Nizamia prayed for the welfare of the pilgrims and for world peace. 

Home Minister N Narasimha Reddy, Endowments Minister Indra Karan Reddy, MLC Mohammed Saleem, MLAs Jaffer Hussain Meraj and Aamer Shakeel and senior officials were also present.The Chief Minister flagged off the third chartered Haj Flight after the function was over.Earlier in the day, the Deputy Chief Minister flagged off the first flight at the Haj Terminal of the Rajiv Gandhi International Airport at Shamshabad.

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