Printed on Wed Jul 06 2022 1:56:29 AM

Hajj flight starts on June 5

National Desk

The first hajj flight from Bangladesh scheduled to depart on May 31 has been rescheduled for June 5, the Ministry of Religious Affairs has said.

The step was taken to complete the pre-arrival immigration formalities of pilgrims in Dhaka.

According to its notification, the first hajj flight from Hazrat Shahjalal International Airport has been delayed to ensure the completion of pre-arrival immigration formalities of pilgrims in Dhaka.

“The Saudi Arabian authority has informed that its 40-member team of Road to Makkah Initiative with necessary devices for pre-arrival immigration will not be able to reach Dhaka before June 2. As it will also take a few days to install the devices at the airport, the ministry has decided to start the hajj flight from June 5,” it said.

The ministry has also asked all the authorities concerned in Bangladesh to make necessary arrangements to begin the flights on the rescheduled date.


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