Ministry of Religious Affairs and Interfaith Harmony has postponed the second balloting for distribution of additional quota among the unsuccessful applicants of Government Hajj 2019 balloting, a spokesman of the ministry said late.
In a statement, he said the new date of Hajj 2019 balloting would be announced after getting approval from the federal cabinet.
It is pertinent to say that the Saudi government had given additional quota of 16,000 to Pakistan.
Out of which, 60% will be allocated to the remaining applicants of Government Hajj Scheme, who were declared unsuccessful in the recent balloting.
All unsuccessful applicants would be included in the balloting despite withdrawing money from their respective bank branches.
However, they would have to deposit dues within four days of their selection.
This year 216,542 applications were received, out of which 107, 526 were declared successful in Hajj 2019 balloting conducted on March 11.