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Beware of those who commit fraud in the name of Hajj, Ministry of Religious Affairs warns

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The Ministry of Religious Affairs has warned the public to beware of those who commit fraud in the name of Hajj.

The Ministry of Religious Affairs has issued a warning statement on the reports of receipt of money in the name of advance booking from Hajj aspirants in different parts of the country this year.

In its statement, the Ministry of Religious Affairs said that the Hajj Policy 2022 has not been announced yet and no one is allowed to book Hajj.

The Ministry of Religious Affairs has appealed to the people to wait for a formal announcement from the Ministry of Hajj aspirants.

The Ministry of Religious Affairs further said that the public should beware of those who commit fraud in the name of Hajj.

It should be noted that due to the Corona epidemic, the children of Tawheed have been able to perform Hajj on a very limited scale during the last two years.

The last time millions of people performed the traditional Hajj in 2019.

Asad Malik

Asad is a journalist at UsamaSpeaks.com and he deals with Pakistan News, India News, and Lottery Sambad. Asad is a very professional and authentic news journalist.

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