Duped Hajj aspirants allege dilly-dallying approach by Govt
Srinagar, Nov 20: The Hajj aspirants who were duped by operator-Al-Balaagh Hajj and Umrah Services, have accused the government of adopting dilly-dallying approach.
A delegation of Hajj aspirants who were duped by the tour operator told Greater Kashmir that the private tour operator Al-Balaagh owners are still absconding.
About 126 Hajj aspirants were duped by the operator in October this year.
Police had registered an FIR vide No: 82/2012 under section 420 of RPC (cheating).
“We approached Ali Muhammad Sagar and IGP SM Sahai, who ordered SSP to take immediate action against the tour operator but we have not seen any progress in the case,” the members of the delegation said and urged Chief Minister Omar Abdullah to intervene.
Minister for Hajj and Auqaf Aijaz Ahmad Khan said no one has registered any complaint before him. “But I have personally taken up the matter of unregistered tour operators with the Home Department,” he said.
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