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Umrah pilgrims stranded in Madinah since 2 January

Monday, 9 January 2017

KUALA LUMPUR: Thirty umrah pilgrims who have been stranded in Madinah, Saudi Arabia since 2 January, have not been told of their return flight to Malaysia.

Ikatan Rakyat Insan Muslim Malaysia president, Amir Amsaa Alla Pitchay said they received a complaint from a son of one of the pilgrims who bought the packages from a local travel agency based in Setapak.

The victim’s son, Hasinar Zainuddin,34, lodged a police report at Petaling Jaya police station at 4pm, Sunday.

Amir Amsaa said the pilgrims were scared as there was no feeback from the travel agency operated by a woman known as Chan Bee.

The travel agency sold umrah package at a low price of RM3,500 claiming the rest will be borne by an individual who declined to be identified.

Source by: Internet

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