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Published On:05 September 2011
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Madhya Pradesh Hajj pilgrims asked to deposit amount for accommodation allotted from Central govt. guota till Sept. 10

By Pervez Bari

Bhopal: The Madhya Pradesh pilgrims of Hajj-2011 who have been allotted seats from the Central Government's discretionary quota and of waiting list are required to deposit entire amount of Azizia category accommodation facility till September 10, 2011.

Apart from it, the pilgrims will have to submit passport with passport size photo and pay-in-slip of deposited amount to the Madhya Pradesh Hajj Committee office. Information about the applicants who have been confirmed in waiting-list is available on website of Hajj committee.

According to the State Hajj Committee Chairman Dr. Sanawwar Patel the pilgrims of Haj-2011 who were allotted seats from the Central Government's discretionary quota and waiting list have been asked to deposit entire amount of Azizia category accommodation facility by pay-in-slip through core-banking system of State Bank of India. The pilgrims have been asked to submit pay-in-slip, passport, passport size photo to State Hajj Committee office, Bhopal so that all documents can be sent to Hajj Committee of Mumbai till September 10, 2011.

Hajj Committee of India, Mumbai has selected Hajj pilgrims on provisional basis up to 210 cover number of waiting list. The applicants can have more information about their confirmation at Hajj Committee of India, Mumbai's website: www.hajcommittee.com.

[Pervez Bari is a Journalist based at Bhopal, Madhya Pradesh. He can be contacted at pervezbari@eth.net]

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