Indians providing free services to Haj pilgrims

Nearly five thousand Indians volunteers providing free services to millions of Haj pilgrims, who have gathered from all over the world in the holy city Mecca. The volunteer group KMCC, providing selfless services to the pilgrim.

The group is from Muslim league India to serve the haj In Mina, Muzdalfa and Arafat for 6 days. The volunteers belonged to forums such as the Jeddah Haj Welfare Forum, India Fraternity Forum, the Indian Pilgrim Welfare Forum, Haj Cells of the Kerala Muslim Cultural Center, Risala Study Circle and the Indian Dawa Center.

According to the Saudi News paper “These Indian expatriate volunteers, belongs to different states of India, come from various corners of Saudi Arabia after getting the best ever training in field voluntary work.


“There are around 72 teams have been assigned for field work while 34 teams served elderly and sick pilgrims in their tents, in addition to 40-member special team deployed at Mashair train stations.”

About 1.5 million pilgrims, including over 136,000 Indians, are performing the Haj this year.
Here is one of the KMCC volunteer, who have talked with us in Saudi Arabia, Abdul Kareem Mohammad, he is from Kerala, said that, there are around 5,000 Indian expatriate volunteers, who are providing selfless services to the Haj pilgrim.
He lived in Dammam, Saudi Arabia, comes Mecca to serve Haj pilgrims.


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