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Muslim pilgrims circle the Kaaba and pray at the Grand Mosque as Saudi Arabia welcomes back pilgrims for the 2022 haj season, after the kingdom barred foreign travellers over the last two years because of the Covid-19 pandemic, in the holy city of Mecca, Saudi Arabia, on July 1, 2022. — Picture by REUTERS

31,600 prospective pilgrims urged to reply to offer letter — TH

KUALA LUMPUR, March 26 — Lembaga Tabung Haji (TH) is urging 31,600 prospective pilgrims to immediately respond to the hajj offer following the issuance of the Hajj cash offer letter for the 1444H/2023M Hajj season from March 22.

TH executive director Datuk Seri Syed Saleh Syed Abdul Rahman said the board is requesting the cooperation of all prospective pilgrims this year to reply whether they agree to accept the offer of Hajj within seven working days from the date the letter was issued.

“Prospective pilgrims can visit and download the ThiJARI application to check and respond to the hajj offers that have been issued,” he said in a statement today.

He also said that recipients of the offer letter are required to pay enough money according to the amount of Hajj payment stated in the offer letter in their TH account as well as getting the Treatment Record Book at any nearby TH branch to enable the health examination to be done.

“The health check-up can be done at hospitals, government or private clinics recognised by the Ministry of Health and all prospective pilgrims are required to pass a health check-up to obtain a Hajj visa as stipulated by the government of Saudi Arabia.

“After completing the health check-up, all prospective pilgrims are asked to send the reply to the hajj offer letter with the treatment record book and international passport to any nearby TH branch office,” he said.

For more information on TH services, visit or call the Tabung Haji Contact Centre (THCC) at 03-6207 1919.

— Bernama

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