The arrival of these two flight groups will become the last of Indonesian pilgrims in the regular Hajj programme as the Saudi authority will not admit more regular Hajj pilgrims arrivals.
The Saudi authority will only admit pilgrims of the special Hajj (haji khusus) programme , which arrivals are expected in several days.
According to Indonesian Hajj Office (KUH) record, as many as 91,106 Indonesian Hajj pilgrims have departed for Saudi Arabia to perform their Hajj as of Saturday (July 2) night,
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During this year's Hajj season, Indonesia received a Hajj quota of 100,051 Hajj pilgrims consisting of 92,825 pilgrims for the regular programme and 7,226 pilgrims for the special Hajj programme.
Indonesian Hajj pilgrims are expected to be transported from Mecca to the Arafat Plain on July 7 to perform their wuquf -- compulsory stay at the Arafat during Hajj -- on July 8, coinciding with the 9th day of Dhu al-hijjah, the 12th month of the Islamic calendar, before Eid al-Adha on the next day.
Earlier, the Religious Affairs Ministry's Director General of Hajj and Umrah Hilman Latief stated that the administration of Hajj visa for Indonesian Hajj pilgrims have reached 100 percent completion, and all pilgrims are expected to have departed for Saudi Arabia in the following days.
He affirmed that the authority currently exerting effort to achieve a 100-percent departure rate for this year's Hajj relative to the current Hajj quota.
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"We want to achieve 100-per cent (rate), and we will toil to exceed the current 99,99 percent. Hence, our team here and in Indonesia will continue working," Latief stated in Mecca, Saudi Arabia, Friday .
Despite efforts to ensure complete departure, he admitted that pilgrims currently undergoing medical care at the Hajj dormitory might fail to depart if they could not recover on time.
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