ISLAMABAD, Minister for Religious Affairs and Inter-Faith Harmony Noor-ul-Haq Qadri Tuesday informed the Senate that the government would take strict action against those private Hajj Group Organizers (HGOs), who would be found involved in violating the agreements they signed with intending pilgrims about facilities during the Hajj-2019.
Responding to a question during the question-hour, he said effective monitoring system was in place during the current season to check the performance of the HGOs.
He said six officials of the Ministry had monitored the performance, upon their report; the ministry would take strict action, if anyone violated the code of conduct reached between the ministry and HGO.
Responding to another question he said that there was no proposal under consideration in the Ministry of Religious Affairs and Inter-faith Harmony / Government to establish Quran complex in big cities of the country.
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