Hajj pilgrims are requested to deposit the arrangement fee

Srinagar- The J&K Haj Committee on Tuesday asked selected Haj pilgrims to deposit the arrangement fees, including insurance premium, transportation costs and other fees into the Committee’s bank account.

In a statement published here, the J&K Haj Committee asked pilgrims to deposit the Haj arrangement fee which includes the compulsory insurance premium, transport costs from the Haj house to the airport and other fees. processing to be initiated by the JK Haj Committee according to the details given below via J&K Bank on account n° 1206 0405 0000 5039.

In this regard, pilgrims are informed that the payment slip can also be downloaded from www.jkshc.org.

Meanwhile, Haj pilgrims from Jammu/Ladakh division who have opted for Srinagar embarkation point will have to deposit additional fees due to embarkation for their stay at Haj House, Srinagar. The pilgrims concerned are required to deposit the receipt (payment slips) of the amount at the office of the respective deputy commissioners at the time of collection of passports and other travel documents.

Pilgrims who do not want to avail boarding at Haj House, Srinagar have to pay Rs.850/- per pilgrim.

Pilgrims belonging to the Kashmir division who wish to avail boarding at Haj House, Srinagar for one night will have to pay Rs.1250/- (Rs.850/- + Rs.400/-) per pilgrim.

Pilgrims from Jammu/Ladakh division who opted for Srinagar embarkation point will have to pay Rs.2100/- per pilgrim as they have to report Haj House, Bemina 60 hours before departure.

Pilgrims traveling from Delhi embarkation point will have to pay Rs.200/- only per pilgrim as insurance/administrative premium.

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