Indian Man Walks More than 8500km to Perform Hajj


Newstoday: Shahabuddin, an Indian citizen, arrived at Makkah Mukarramah after walking 8,500 km. According to Saudi media, Indian citizen Shahabuddin walked 8,640 km to fulfill Hajj. Dr. Shahabuddin of Kerala, India, accomplished this walking trek in 370 days. Shahabuddin's voyage began in the Malappuram region of Kerala, India, and finished in Makkah, Saudi Arabia, through Pakistan, Iran, and Kuwait. Every Year more than 2 million pilgrims went to Saudi Arabia to perform Hajj from 160 countries. Saudi authorities of Hajj employed 32 health

Regarding the Saudi government's facilities for pilgrims from all over the globe, he stated that the Saudi authorities had employed 32 thousand health officials for the pilgrims. According to Dr. Tawfiq al-Rabiyyah, the transport infrastructure in Mina, Muzdalifah, and Arafat has been made environmentally friendly, with the Mushaira rail and bus shuttle service providing transportation to pilgrims. According to the Saudi Minister of Hajj and Umrah, 130,000 shade trees have been planted at Hajj sites for the convenience of pilgrims.

Sabahat Abid


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