Saudi Gazette report
JEDDAH – Mohsina Kidwai, chairperson of the Haj Committee of India, paid a three-day visit to the Kingdom to review preparations for Indian pilgrims who will start arriving in Saudi Arabia Monday.
Kidwai visited Makkah on Friday and inspected buildings to check their readiness and other logistics. She held discussions with Consul General Faiz Ahmad Kidwai and other officials on various aspects of Haj preparations.
On Saturday, she visited Madinah to evaluate numerous measures put in place for the welfare of Indian pilgrims. She was in Jeddah on Sunday to oversee arrangements for ferrying the pilgrims to Makkah.
While expressing satisfaction over the arrangements, she instructed all concerned officials to serve pilgrims with utmost sincerity and dedication. Kidwai appreciated the services provided by the government of King Abdullah, Custodian of the Two Holy Mosques, for the welfare of pilgrims. continue