New Delhi sources have stated that the Indian External Affairs Minister Sushma Swaraj said "a large number of her Muslim brothers and sisters from India visit Saudi Arabia every year for Haj and Umrah pilgrimage and thanked the Majesty for increasing the Haj quota for India in 2017 and also for the special arrangements and care which is given to the pilgrims”.
Previously according to sources Saudi Arabia had increased the quota of Indians for the Haj pilgrimage by 5,000 from this year and the decision by Riyadh came after Union Minority Affairs Minister Mukhtar Abbas Naqvi signed a bilateral annual agreement for Haj 2018 with Saudi Minister for Haj and Umrah Mohammad Saleh bin Taher Benten.
Presently according to sources a total of 1.75 lakh
Indian citizens can go for Haj. Last year, Saudi Arabia increased India's Haj
quota by 35,000. Meanwhile Sushma Swaraj said that India's participation at the
Al Janadriyah Festival "provided an opportunity to showcase our strong
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