Each allotted 50 seats under Category II
SRINAGAR- The Ministry of Minority Affairs, Govt. of India has allotted seats to 08 HGOs (Private Tour Operators) in Kashmir for registration Haj-2023 after they were found eligible.
This was stated as per communication No. haj-23/28/2022-HAJ-MoMA dated: 05-05-2023 of Ministry of Minority Affairs, Govt. of India
For the information of the public in general and aspiring Haj Pilgrims of Haj-2023 in particular, the names of these HGOs (Private Tour Operators) are hereunder.
M/s Al Safeer Tour and Travels, 19 Toker Market, Ganjiwara, Anantnag, file No. JK02346123 has been allotted 50 seats under category II.
M/s Raj Baba Tour and Travels, Meerak Abad SKUAST Road, Shalimar, Sgr. file No. JK02352823 has been allotted a seat quota of 50 under category II.
M/s Al Ghazali Tour & Travels, Madina Chowk, Gawkadal, Sgr, file No. JK02354423 has been allotted 50 seats under category II.
M/s Nissar Jan Wani, Qazi Complex, Magarmal Bagh Chowk, Exhibition Road, Sgr, file No. JK02362323 allotted seat quota of 50, under category II.
M/s Al Hayat Hajj and Umrah Travel Services, Crescent City Centre, 1st Floor, Main Road, Budgam; file No. JK02418423 allotted a quota of 50 seats under category II.
M/s Mohammad Abas Pandit, Magam Narbal Gulmarg Road, Budgam; file No. JK02427623 has been allotted a quota of 50 seats under category II.
M/s Labaika Haj & Umrah Services, 2nd Floor, MS Shopping Mall, Residency Road, Sgr; file No. JK02432623 has been allotted a seat quota of 50 under category II.
M/s Al Huda Travels, Address: Shah Complex Opp. OPD Gate, SMHS Karan Nagar, Sgr; file No. JK02439323 has been allotted a quota of 50 seats under category II.
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