Saudi Arabia on Thursday asked Pakistan not to prepare a Haj agreement yet as the Kingdom continues its steps to include the COVID-19 pandemic.
In a letter sent out to Religious Affairs Minister Noorul Haq Qadri, Saudi Haj and Umrah Minister Dr Mohammad Saleh bin Taher Benten stated there need to be no agreement at this time owing to the lockdown and containment steps versus the infection.
The Kingdom, according to Dr Mohammad Saleh, was continually keeping track of the scenario which it would notify as soon as a significant improvement was observed.
Qadri subsequently stopped deal with the upcoming Haj agreement.
Previously this month, the Ministry of Religious Affairs and Interfaith Consistency had actually performed balloting for the federal government’s Haj plan under which practically 100,000 pilgrims were chosen to would go to Saudi Arabia to carry out the yearly expedition later on this year.
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