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PM asks authorities to take step for smooth hajj flights next year

Bangladesh Prime Minister

News Desk: Mentioning to the sufferings of hajj pilgrims this year, Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina has already asked the authorities concerned to take initiative and proper steps so that any hajj pilgrim does not face trouble from next year.

Rashed Khan Menon, Civil Aviation and Tourism Minister, on Monday revealed instruction directed by the prime minister while addressing a press conference at his ministry office on Monday afternoon.

Menon, also president of Workers Party of Bangladesh, urged the religious affairs ministry to take a tough action against the agencies responsible for suffering to the hajj pilgrims this year.

“I am urging the religious affairs ministry to reject licenses of the agencies those created trouble in sending hajj pilgrims to Saudi Arabia this year,” The minister said.


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