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    Hyderabad sees the departure of three groups of Haj pilgrims.

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    Telangana State Haj Committee Chairman Mohammed Saleem sent off the 2nd, 3rd, and 4th groups of Haj pilgrims from Telangana with Haj Committee Members. The pilgrims were prayed for with a special prayer called Talbiyah before boarding the buses. Many relatives, friends, and well-wishers came to say goodbye to the pilgrims, making it an emotional scene at the Haj House. Saleem described the pilgrims as guests of Allah, and it was his honor to serve them.

    B Shafiullah, EO, said that the TS Haj Committee also helps Haj pilgrims depart from Andhra Pradesh and Karnataka State. In total, 450 pilgrims from Karnataka and Telangana State left for Mecca in these three flights. Air Condition buses from RTC were sent from Haj House Nampally to the Haj terminal of RGIA in Shamshabad, escorted by the police.

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    The event was attended by Syed Gulam Ahmed Hussain (Karimnagar), Syed IrfanulHaq (Karimnagar), Syed Nizamuddin (Narsingi), Irfan Shareef AEO, TS Haj Committee, and others.

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