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    Hassle-free Conclusion of Pilgrimage Allows Telangana Hajis to Return to Mecca

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    The Haj pilgrims from Telangana have completed their pilgrimage and returned to Mecca. They left Mina after performing Rami Jamar and returned to their residences in Azizia. The Telangana State Haj Committee (TSHC) reached out to Khadim-ul-Hujjaj and Indian Mission officials to ensure the well-being of the pilgrims. All the pilgrims who went through the Telangana Haj Committee are in good health, except for one who is currently receiving treatment at a hospital.

    The pilgrims were grateful for the excellent facilities provided by Saudi Arabia authorities during the Haj, especially in Arafat and Muzdalifah. Chairman Mohammed Saleem of TSHC was informed by Khadim-ul-Hujjaj that the pilgrims have returned to Mecca. The pilgrims are happy and satisfied after successfully completing the Haj rituals. They will soon depart to Madina, where they will stay for a week before returning.

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    Mohammed Saleem congratulated the pilgrims from Telangana and thanked the Indian Consulate in Jeddah and Indian Haj Mission officials for their support. A total of 5,583 pilgrims performed Haj through the Telangana Haj Committee, with 7,040 pilgrims departing from Hyderabad, including some from other states.

    The Telangana Haj Committee has set up a control room at the Haj House to assist the pilgrims and their relatives. The return journey of the pilgrims will begin on July 15, with the final group arriving in Hyderabad on July 30 through special flights operated by Vistara Airlines.

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    In other news, Haji Syed Abdul Quddus, a member of the Haj Committee, is currently receiving critical care at Al Noor Hospital. The Haj Committee of India has been requested to issue a visit visa for his son, Syed Abdus Salam, so that he can arrange for his father’s necessary medical treatment.

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