The Saudi government on Friday announced 2022 Hajj quotas for Pakistan and other countries.
After the global epidemic coronavirus ended, according to reports, the Saudi government issued the highest quotas for Indonesia and Pakistan. The ministry has allotted a quota of 100,051 for Indonesia while Pakistan got the second largest number with 81,132 pilgrims and India came in third with 79,237 pilgrims.
The report stated that Saudi Arabia was hosting one million Hajj pilgrims this year, in which domestic and foreign pilgrims would enjoy the blessings.
The Saudi government increased the quota for pilgrims in 2022 after a two-year ban imposed in the wake of the global pandemic.
The government issued quotas against Hajj applications from all Muslim countries, including 57,585 for Bangladesh, 43,008 for Nigeria, 13,582 for Afghanistan and 37,770 for Turkey.
Similarly, 12,348 quotas were allotted to the United Kingdom, 9,504 to the United States and 9,268 to France.
Saudi Arabia allocates Hajj quota to each country based on the population of Muslims, while this year, according to the rules of the government, people over the age of 65 will not be able to perform Hajj.