ISLAMABAD: Director General Hajj (Jeddah, Saudi Arabia), Syed Abu Muhammad Akif said that special counters along with medical teams would be established at airport to facilitate Pakistani pilgrims.
Talking to PTV, he said that around 150 medical practitioners and doctors would be available to provide medical treatment to Hajis at Makkah and Madina.
Akif said that Hajis must read and understand Hajj application forms and pilgrims with any medical problem should avoid traveling for Hajj or come along with someone to take their care.
He said that volunteers and teachers would provide information and guidance to pilgrims about performing Hajj after their arrival in Saudi Arabia.
He said that our pilgrims should abide by prescribed instructions and rules during Hajj.