A Saudi delegation has arrived in Islamabad to start the project.

ISLAMABAD (Dunya News) – Saudi Arabia has launched Road to Makkah project at Benazir Bhutto International Airport in Islamabad today (Monday) to facilitate Pakistani pilgrims.

A spokesman of the Ministry of Religious Affairs said a Saudi delegation has arrived in Islamabad for the project. He said establishment of a special counters for Road to Makkah has been completed at Islamabad airport.

Under the project, Saudi Immigration personnel will clear all the immigration process of Pakistani pilgrims from Islamabad airport.

Meanwhile, the Ministry of Religious Affairs has also started issuance of E-Visa for Hajj pilgrims under government‘s Hajj Scheme. Ten Haji camps have become functional across the country.

The intending pilgrims will be provided passports, tickets, lockets and stickers before Hajj flight that will start from Thursday.