Jammu Kashmir Association of Haj and Umrah Companies (JKAHUC) delegation shall soon visit Union Ministry of Minorities Affairs and Ambassador of Saudi Arabia in New Delhi to apprised the difficulties and suffering of the Haj and Umrah sector, emerging due to the pandemic Covid 19.
A decision in this regard was taken in a meeting that was organised by District body Anantang on 12 September. The meeting was chaired by President JKAHUC Sheikh Feroz.
As per the minutes of the meeting, was unanimously resolved that a delegation headed by Sheikh Feroz shall soon visit MOME (Ministry of Minorities Affairs) and Ambassador of Kingdom of Saudi Arabia, New Delhi to apprised the difficulties and suffering of the Haj and Umrah Sector, emerging due to the pandemic Covid 19.
It was resolved that JKAHUC delegates will also meet with heads of Air India, other airlines and Saudi airline officials (operational Heads Indian regions) where the necessary and required mechanism will be considered thread barely along with the relevant SOP's during the ongoing pandemic.
The members also said that to refund the advance money that was paid to airlines, Saudi visa, hotels for 2020 Umrah and Haj is in process.
"Concerned Haj and Umrah client and parties are humbly requested to wait till payments will be released so that same will be refunded," the minutes of meeting reads.
The members in the meeting suggested that all PTO'S in J&K will maintain disciplinary code of conduct in the sector, and meeting's shall be conducted in all most all the Districts of J&K for up gradation, uniformity and smooth functioning in the sector.