The number of pilgrims permitted to perform the Hajj from Pakistan is set at 180,000 by Saudi Arabia.
On Monday, in ISLAMABAD, the Saudi Arabian government announced that it would allow nearly 180,000 Pakistani pilgrims to participate in the annual Hajj ritual beginning in 2023. This was announced in ISLAMABAD, which is Pakistan’s capital city.
It was revealed that 179,210 Pakistani pilgrims would participate in the annual rite this year after the signing of a bilateral agreement between the governments of Pakistan and the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia for the Haj in 2023.
The agreement was made for the Haj in 2023. After it was reported that 179,210 Pakistani pilgrims would perform the Haj in 2023, this event is said to have taken place, as detailed in the information.
Acting Director General (DG) Hajj Sajid Manzoor Asadi and Federal Minister of Religious Affairs Mufti Abdul Shakoor both signed the agreement.
According to the terms of the agreement, one airport will be in charge of receiving fifty percent of the pilgrims, while the other airport will be in charge of receiving the remaining fifty percent.
On the first of Dhul-Qidah, the first Hajj flight will depart, and on the fifteenth of Shaban, the accommodations will be disclosed to the public.