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Speakers at Hajj pilgrims training, seminar held

Re-commissioning of Pahartali Haji Camp stressed

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Chittagong Bureau :
Training and seminar for the intending Hajj pilgrims of 2017 was held at Chittagong Zila Parishad hall  on Saturday from 9 am.
 The hajj pilgrims  were  imparted training and other   norms of hajj performance through projectors. In the seminar, the discussants emphasized the re-comissioning  of  five decades old Pahartali Haji camp from this season after necessary renovations of the   existing haji camp.
The speakers in the seminar also said the intending hajis from remote areas of the Chittagong divisional zone may avail the Pahartali Hajj camp easily aimed at embarkation for Jeddah from Chittagong International Airport. The discussants also said following the appeal of the HPWC , Prime Minister had issued directives to the concerned authorities to reopen the Pahartali Hajj camp in last year but no progress of the renovation of the existing Hajj camp yet to be sighted.
 Hajj experts in the seminar told that Hajj is an obligatory (Farz)  for the solvent Muslims and they discussed elaborately the significance of Hajj pilgrimage The speakers  expressed happiness  over the performance of one lack 27 thousand hajj pilgrims to perform this year. President of the HPWC  Ahmadul Islam Chowdhury presided over the programmess of hajj training and seminar. Secretary General Dr Abdul Karim delivered address of welcome in it duly moderated by Dr.Saleh Ahmed Suleman.
 Director of the Islamic foundation Abul Hayat Md Tarek delivered speech highlighting the govt rules and regulations for hajis.Former district and session judge Ismail Miah and Abul Makarrim Md.Ahmadullah    imparted training to the pilgrims th rough multimedia projectors . After end of seminar and training, Moulana Musa Ansari conducted muanajat and doa , a HPWC sources said.

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