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ISLAMABAD: As part of the Pakistani Hajj pilgrims, 19 houses in Madinah Munawarah have been purchased for Pakistani pilgrims.

The mosques can hold 200 to 600 pilgrims each, according to reports from Pakistan’s Radio Pakistan

Minister of Religious Affairs spokeswoman said that all structures are located less than 300 meters from the mosque’s grounds (SAWW).

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A three-meal-a-day program for Hajj pilgrims and air-conditioned buildings with state-of-the-art elevators were mentioned by him.

It was revealed by a spokeswoman that the pilgrims’ living area had been separated into two sections, each with a clinic for rapid medical care.

Also in Madinah, a hospital known as the Hajj Medical Mission Hospital has been established to provide basic medical services to Hajj pilgrims while they are in the holy city.

Azizullah Khan, Deputy Director of Facilitation and Coordination at Pakistan House in Madinah, had remarked that Saudi Arabia was providing the greatest facilities for food, lodging, and transportation for all pilgrims who had arrived in Madinah Munawwara.

To help the pilgrims, a dedicated office of facilitation and coordination has been established at the Pakistan House in Madinah.

To help Hajj pilgrims with their health concerns, Azizullah said a medical mission had been organized.

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Previously, more than 7,500 Hajj pilgrims came in Madinah Munawwara through the government’s Hajj plan.

Following an eight-day stay in the holy city of Madinah Munawwara, the Hajj pilgrims will go to Makkah, according to Pakistan House’s Media Cell House.

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