Over thirty-nine hundred hajj pilgrims have been departed to Saudi Arabia, so far, under Hajj Flight Operation.

According to Spokesperson of Religious Affairs Ministry, 1710 pilgrims will fly to Madinah by eight more Hajj flights today.

He said four flights will depart from Islamabad and one each from Karachi, Lahore, Quetta and Multan.

The Spokesperson said that 1330 pilgrims will leave for the holy land through 5 Hajj flights tomorrow.

He said the Hajj flight operation will continue till 30th of this month.

He said Hajj Mowaineen have been deployed in Makkah, Madinah and Saudi airports while hospitals and dispensaries have been set up in Makkah, Madina and Jaddah under Pakistan Hajj Medical Mission.

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