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First batch of Hajis from India to leave October 09

Thursday, October 07, 2010 10:25:16 PM, PTI

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New Delhi: Haj operations this year will commence from erstwhile international terminal of the IGI airport (T2) here with first batch of pilgrims leaving for Jeddah on October 9.

"The erstwhile international terminal (T2) will be used for Haj operations this year. Pilgrims will be able to use specially earmarked areas for offering prayers inside the terminal 2," a DIAL spokesperson said.

Special arrangements have been made by the airport operator for the Haj pilgrims at T2. These include eight immigration counters, 10 check-in counters, modified toilets and provision of basic medical support, he added.

Around 32,000 pilgrims are expected to travel out of Delhi for Haj this year.

The first batch of pilgrims will leave on October 9. The pilgrims will return between November 21 and December 22.





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