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Haj 2021 Cancelled due to COVID-19 havoc, said by Haj Committee of India

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No Indian Muslim will be able to go to Haj this year. This year also the Haj pilgrimage has been cancelled due to covid-19 increasing cases in the Country. According to media reports, the Haj Committee of India has cancelled all the applications with immediate effect. According to the Haj Committee of India, it has been said by the Government of Saudi Arabia, this time no one will be allowed to come to Haj.

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In the circular issued by the Haj Committee of India, it has been told that all the applications sent by Indian Muslims for Haj 2021 have been cancelled. According to media reports, the Haj and Umrah Ministry of the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia has sent a letter to the Haj Committee of India.

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The letter said that due to the coronavirus pandemic, only a limited number of Saudi Arabian Muslims will be allowed to go to Haj this year. Citizens of any country outside Saudi Arabia are not allowed to come to Haj. The Saudi Arabian government has canceled the international Haj pilgrimage. All the applications received for Haj 2021 have been rejected by the Haj Committee of India.

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