Wednesday, June 10, 2009

Fwd: About process of selection for Haj

It is very urgent case,please do needful.
With kind regards,

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From: PVCHR <>
Date: Tue, May 26, 2009 at 1:14 PM
Subject: About process of selection for Haj
To: Delhi-Prime Minister's Offi <>,

Haj Committee of India

Dear Sir,
As I came to know that Haji's for the Haj piligrim are selected through the lottery system. However in that selection process many eager old aged people application are not considered and every year with lots anticipation they submit their form but they did not get chance to visit. Is the right to the religion belief is conserved under criteria for the selection process.
In the same context I receive the application of Abdul Salam son of Haji Abdul Rashid and his wife Badrunnisha Aheliya of house no. C 13/280 C-2 Lahangpura. Aurangabad, Varanasi. The anticipated old aged couple submits their application for two times for the Haj pilgrim. Now they feeling their wish to visit the holy city of Mecca and Madina will not be fulfilled.
Therefore it my kind request to you to the consider the application of the anticipated old aged person so, their religion belief is conserved.
Sincerely Yours
(Dr. Lenin)

o       Sri Manmohan Singh, Prime Minister of India, New Delhi
o       Mr. Rahul Gandhi, General Secretary, Congress (I), New Delhi
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Dr. Lenin
Ashoka Fellow
2007 Gwanju Human Rights Awardee
Secretary-Association for Communal Harmony in Asia (ACHA)

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