Pakistan – List of Banks & Hajj Application, Balloting Process

Pakistan Hajj applications submission process has started from today . The list of thirteen banks name are mentioned below , which would  receive the Hajj application :

  1. Habib Bank Limited
  2. United Bank Limited
  3. National Bank of Pakistan
  4. Muslim Commercial Bank
  5. Allied Bank Limited
  6. Agriculture Development Bank Limited
  7. Bank of Punjab
  8. Bank Alfalah
  9. Meezan Bank
  10. Habib Metropolitan Bank
  11. Dubai Islamic Bank Limited
  12. Faysal Bank Limited
  13. Askari Bank Limited.

NOTE : All the applicants must write their mobile number and complete address of self or close relative to enable the ministry to inform him/her through SMS, phone call or a letter.

Intending pilgrims should possess Computerised National Identity Cards (CNIC) of National Database and Registration Authority (NADRA). The validity of the Machine Readable Passports of intending pilgrims should be up to March 1, 2019. Applicants of over 80 years of age should include the name of their assistant in the group and avoid increasing the number of their group from two, the spokesperson said.

NOTE : Those who have already performed Hajj through Government Scheme has been declared non-eligible for applying for Hajj; only exception is a Mehram accompanying a woman for Hajj.

A quota of 10,000 has been allocated for applicants of over 80 years of age.

If the number of applicants exceeds 10,000 mark, the successful would be selected through balloting; applicants who remained unsuccessful in last consecutive three years would be selected through normal balloting. A total of 10,000 such persons would be selected through a separate balloting.

The successful pilgrims could see the status of their application on the ministry’s website, www.mora.gov.pk and www.hajjinfo.org.

A two percent quota (2400) has been reserved for hardship cases. Out of this, 500 seats would be allocated to low income labourers whose institution has been registered with workers welfare board.

source:geo.tv

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