Kashmiri Hajj pilgrims complains of mismanagement

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Hijaz—The Kashmiri Hajj pilgrims in Saudi Arabia have castigated government for leaving them at lurch. The pilgrims said they face lot of problems while some have been spending nights in open.

A couple of video’s in which Kashmiri pilgrims have been ruing their fate have gone viral on social media.

A pilgrim Abdul Rahim Khan says the card issued to him has been handed over to another pilgrim as a result he has stuck in the corridor of a hotel.

“For last three days we have been starving while nobody is coming forward to ease our sufferings,” the pilgrims say. 

The Hajjis complained that they have no excess to Khudams, thus their problems get compounded.

They have asked the Hajj Committee to look into their problems without any delay. (CNS)

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