"To this day there are still around 30 percent who have not taken the suitcase yet. It does not have to be concerned, but it can be represented by the family," said Kotabaru Hajj Office Officer H Syarwani here on Wednesday.
Each candidate gets one large suitcase, one medium and wheeled suitcase, and a passport bag.
Syarwani asked the recipient to check the items before they were taken home, because they had previously found luggage with broken wheels.
The problem of installing photos of haj prospective pilgrims on the outer suitcase to avoid being confused with other pilgrims, Syarwani could not confirm because he was still waiting for the technical guide from the South Kalimantan Office of Ministry of Religious Affairs.
He added, currently the stages II and III for BPIH (Haj Management Cost) repayment.