Federal Govt Approved The Pakistan Hajj Policy 2022
The Federal Cabinet approved the Pakistan Hajj Policy 2022 by circular procedure and set Rs 0.9 crore as the provisional amount of the Hajj cost.
According to the Hajj Policy 2022, it has been estimated that a provisional amount of Rs 850,000 of Hajj expenses will be collected by the Hajj regime of the Hujjaj government.
The additional Rs. 50,000 already received as token money from Hujjaj at the time of application will also be included in the cost as per the policy. The difference will be adjusted according to actual expenses as reported by KSA.
The Pakistan Hajj Policy 2022 submitted to the Federal Cabinet by the Ministry of Religious Affairs and Interreligious Harmony (MoRA&IH) was approved by the Federal Cabinet by circulation. The Hajj quota allocated to Pakistan for 2022 is 81,132. This sum is split between the government and private Hajj programs in a ratio of 40:60, i.e. 32,453 and 48,679 respectively.
Under the policy, 1,000 positions from across the state system will be reserved for hardship cases, while 200 positions will be reserved for low-wage workers/employees of companies registered with EOBI and the Workers’ Welfare Fund. The selection is made by separate voting. There will be no provision in the policy for free Pakistan Hajj, the source said.
The selection of pilgrims for the government’s Hajj program was made on May 15, 2022, by computerized voting. The implementation of the KSA Taleemat (instructions) for Hajj 2022 operations (such as age limit, vaccination, PCR test, etc. must be guaranteed).
Only candidates, including Hajj-e-Badal/Nafal Hajj, would be eligible for Hajj 2022 who have performed Hajj under the government program in the last five Hajj, i.e. since Hajj 2015, have not performed. 2015 to 2019) you are eligible as long as you apply with your female relatives who have not performed Hajj in the last five years.