Telangana Deputy Chief Minister Mohammed Mahmood Ali today said that Chief Minister K Chandrashekhara Rao is concerned about non provision of Rubat (Guest House) facilities to the Haj pilgrims from the Telangana State in Makkah Mukarramah and also promised to pay a special visit to Saudi Arabia and meet the Saudi King and other officials to sort out the problem.
Participating in a training programme for Haj pilgrims, orgaised by the Telangana State Haj committee in collaboration with the All India Jamiat ul-Mashaikh , he said that with the provision of rubat facilities the pilgrims could save around Rs. 40,000 per head.
In the past, there were around eight to ten Rubats belonging to Hyderabad, the Chief Minister said adding he ensure would try to that those Rubats are restored so that more and more pilgrims were benefitted.
While congratulating the pilgrims, he appealed them to pray for peace, prosperity and development of the state and its people. MORE UNI VV GM KSR2007 NNNN
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