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    The Telangana State Haj Committee has prepared the Haj House in Nampally for the upcoming Haj-2024 pilgrimage to Saudi Arabia. They will be taking care of nearly 11,500 Haj pilgrims from 17 states this season, departing from Hyderabad.

    This year, the State Haj Committee received 11,313 applications from Telangana. Through a draw of lots, 8,239 were selected. Over 5,000 of these pilgrims are from Hyderabad. A total of 11,464 Hajis will be departing from Hyderabad, with special flights scheduled from May 9 to May 26.

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    Chairman Syed Ghulam Afzal Biyabani Khusro Pasha and other officials inspected the Haj House to ensure all arrangements are in place. The facility can accommodate up to 700 members at a time.

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    Many pilgrims from Andhra Pradesh, Karnataka, and Maharashtra have chosen Hyderabad as their departure point due to the excellent arrangements at the Haj House. The committee is working with various departments and airlines to ensure a smooth and safe journey for all pilgrims.

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    Food arrangements will be made at the Haj Camp in the Haj House, although most pilgrims from Hyderabad do not stay there due to proximity to the airport. Only those from districts outside of Hyderabad typically stay at the camp.

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