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Tuesday March 21, 2017 3:33 PM, ummid.com & Agencies

Haj 2017 Qurah

Mumbai/Kochi/Jaipur/Chandigarh:
The respective State Haj Committees in Kerala, Rajasthan and Haryana have completed the Qurah i.e. Draw of pilgrims to prepare the final list of the applicants who will perform Haj this year. The Qurah of Maharashtra Haj pilgrims is underway and the list will be out shortly.

While Haryana State Haj Committee organised the Quraah/Draw of Lots of Haj 2017 pilgrims on Thursday March 16, the Kerala State Haj Committee and Rajasthan State Haj Committee organised it on Sunday March 19.

All the three State Haj Committees have released the final list along with the waiting list. If a person whose name is in the final list prepared after the Qurah/Draw of Lots cancels his or her Haj journey, a person from the waiting list will be given a chance.

Maharshtra State Haj Committee is holding the Qurrah/Draw of Lots to prepare the final list of pilgrims for the Haj 2017 today i.e. March 21, 2017. The Final List and Waiting List will be released by the Maharashtra State Haj Committee shortly.

Meanwhile the pilgrims from the state of Kerala can check their cover no. in the list uploaded on Kerala Haj Committee website. To directly jump to the list an applicant can directly click here: Kerala Final List Haj 2017.

The Kerala State Haj Committee has also released the Waiting List which can be accessed on the website or by directly clicking here: Kerala Waiting List Haj 2017.

The Haj Pilgrims in the states of Haryana and Rajasthan can enter their Cover No. on Central Haj Committee of India website and check their names. Click here to go to Central Haj Committee of India website.

After the Qyrah/Draw of Lots held on March 19, Kerala State Haj Committee has released the Cover No. of 11,197 Haj Pilgrims. Kerala had received the maximum number of applications i.e. 95,238.

Maharashtra with a Muslim population of 1,29,71,152 have received a total of 57,246 applications. It's final quota is 9,780 based on which the Maharashtra Final List for Haj 2017 will be released today i.e. Tuesday March 21.

Overall, 31 states in India have received a total of 4,48,268 applications for the total seats of 1,23,700. This means 3,24,568 applicants will not get the chance to perform haj.

The final list of 1,23,700 haj pilgrims out of the total 4,48,268 applicants will be released after Qurah/Draw of Lots which has been either completed in some states or is underway in some.

 



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