Minister Zameer Ahmed Khan flags off first batch of Haj pilgrims in Mangaluru

Source: S.O. News Service | By Sajjad Qazi | Published on 21st July 2018, 5:11 PM | Coastal News | State News |

Mangaluru: Karnataka State Haj and Wakf Minister Zameer Ahmed Khan on Saturday, July 21, flagged off the first batch of holy Haj pilgrims leaving from Mangaluru International Airport through Haj Committee of India. The event held at the Bajpe Ansar School Hall.

Udupi District Federation Qazi PM Ibrahim Musliyar Bekal offered prayers.

On this occasion, the chief guest Urban Development and Housing Minister UT Khader, Mangaluru Haj Management Committee President Y. Mohammed Kunhi, Legislative Council member BM Farook, former MLA BA Mohiddin Bawa, Haj Committee Member Abubakar Siddique Montugoli, Chairman of the Central Committee Mohammad Masood, former police chief GA BAVA, DK Chairman of District Wakf Advisory Council Kanchur Monu, Former President Haji SM Rasheed Haji, Former President Ibrahim Kodijal, Businessman Haji Zakaria Bajpe, Secretary of Haj and Wakf Mohammed Mohsin, Mangalore Taluk Panchayat President Muhammad Monu and others were present.

Haj Committee Executive Officer Sarfraz Khan Sardar welcomed the gathering.

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