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Tuesday, 04 October 2011 21:54

First Hajj flight takes off from Mangalore with 159 pilgrims

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Mangalore, October 4: The first Hajj flight from Mangalore Airport carrying pilgrims to Prince Mohammad Bin Abdulaziz International Airport in Madinah, Saudi Arabia, took off on Tuesday.

Mangalore Airport Director M R Vasudeva Rao said the international airliner KNE 46 6603, carrying 159 passengers departed the Mangalore Airport at 7: 53 pm.

Chairman of the State Haj Committee S Mohammed Ghouse Basha Ashrafi informed that the flight would take the pilgrims directly to Madinah, Kingdom of Saudi Arabia, with a short stop in Ras al-Khaimah in the UAE for refuelling.

He said around 800 pilgrims would travel from here through the Haj committee in five separate batches this year.

He also said that second and third Hajj flights would fly from Mangalore on October 7 and 9 at 9:40 pm respectively, and fourth and fifth flights on October 10 and 11 at 10:05 pm respectively. Each flight would carry 160 passengers, he added.

Farewell

A farewell programme for the Hajj pilgrims was organised at the Old Terminal Building of the Mangalore Airport in the evening by State Hajj Committee.

Mangalore Qazi Thwaqa Ahmed Musliyar inaugurated the programme. Mulky-Moodbidri MLA Abhaychandra Jain, former minister BA Moideen, former police officer GA Bava and Principal Secretary to Government, Department of Minority Affairs Syed Zameer Pasha were present among others.

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Like [0]Dislike [0] #11 , Hejmadi2011-10-06
I would like to thanks for all who took good response and supports to hajj pilgrims..........
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Like [0]Dislike [0] #10 , MANGLORE2011-10-06
MASHA ALLAH
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Like [3]Dislike [0] #9 , Mangalore2011-10-05
I totally agree with Nabhaan's opinion .It is 100 percent true, why so called leaders for this obligatory (5 pillars of islam )hajj. Everywhere people muslims or non muslims leader need publicity .May Allah show us right path and accept their hajj mabroor.Let us make dua for them to perform hajj and their safe return journey..
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Like [1]Dislike [0] #8 , Riyadh K.S.A2011-10-05
Allah Accept of Their Performance of Hajj Ameen.
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Like [5]Dislike [0] #7 , mangalore2011-10-05
its good no stage programme. so that we can avoid so called leaders fight for chair at stage. only local volunteers can manage the programme, pls discourage so called leaders at least in this holly event.
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Like [2]Dislike [0] #6 , Oman2011-10-05
May allah ease ur hajj task. Happy n safe journey. Thnks CD for this wonderful news.
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Like [1]Dislike [0] #5 , EP-Saudi Arabia2011-10-05
Takabbal Allah. I missed this year the service to Hajis at Bajpe.
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Like [3]Dislike [0] #4 , Dubai2011-10-05
By Allahs Grace each step while performing the hajj go without any problem.may Allah give them stength to complete all rights of Haj peacefully and keep us all (Muslims)remembering on their prayers.Ameen.And Allah also give us way to perform haj who had not performed till now.insha allah next years or soon in coming years we should also start performing hajj.Insha allah
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Like [1]Dislike [0] #3 , Kuwait2011-10-05
Inshallah the people who is leaving for Hajj will reach safely. May Almighty allah accept perfomence of all hajjis.

kindly remember all ummathi of rasool in your dua. inshallah Allah will guide all muslimah to perform hajj one day.
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Like [1]Dislike [0] #2 , shj2011-10-05
May allah ease ur hajj task.Happy n safe journey.Thnks CD for this wonderful news.
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Like [8]Dislike [0] #1 , Portfolio, Jubail2011-10-05
Inshallah they will make an accepted Hajj.May Allah s.w.t.help them while preforming the Hajj and give them good health. Ameen.
Alhamdulilah the Saudi authorities are very well organised to help and look after the Hajjaj. Jazak-Allahu Khair.
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