Srinagar- The J&K Haj Committee on Tuesday asked the selected Haj pilgrims to deposit arrangement dues, including insurance premium, transport charges from and other charges in the Committee’s bank account.
In a statement issued here, the J&K Haj Committee asked the pilgrims to deposit the Haj arrangement dues which includes mandatory Insurance Premium, Transport charges from Haj House to Airport and other handling charges to be incurred by JK Haj Committee as per the details given below through J&K Bank in Account No:1206 0405 0000 5039.
In this regard, the pilgrims are informed that the pay-in-slip can also be downloaded from www.jkshc.org.
Meanwhile, the Haj pilgrims of Jammu / Ladakh Division who have opted Srinagar Embarkation Point shall have to deposit additional charges on account of boarding for their stay at Haj House, Srinagar. The concerned pilgrims are required to deposit the receipt (pay-in-slips) of the amount at the office of respective Deputy Commissioners at the time of collection of passports and other travel documents.
Pilgrims who do not want to avail boarding facility at Haj House, Srinagar shall pay Rs.850/- per pilgrim.
Pilgrims belonging to Kashmir Division who want to avail the boarding facility at Haj House, Srinagar for one night shall have to pay Rs.1250/- (Rs.850/- + Rs.400/-) per pilgrim.
Pilgrims of Jammu / Ladakh Division who have opted Srinagar Embarkation Point shall have to pay Rs.2100/- per pilgrim as they have to report Haj House, Bemina 60 hours prior to their departure.
Pilgrims travelling from Delhi Embarkation Point shall have to pay Rs.200/- only per Pilgrim as Insurance Premium / Administrative.
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