London, 25th May, 2014: Hajj People’s advisory panel inclusive of the international government representatives, NGOs, Hajj and Umrah Organisers Groups and corporate partners have decided to postpone the World Hajj and Umrah Convention to a post-Hajj date considering multiple unavoidable factors. Approximately 40% of the confirmed registered delegates were facing problems in procuring in-time Schengen visa. The valued Hajj and Umrah organisers all over the world are going through their busiest times due to peak Umrah season and Hajj registrations.
The Hajj People team is assisting most respectful patrons and supporters, working on a feasibility report for the most appropriate venue and dates for superlative delivery of the Convention. A timeframe of at-least one month will be required to complete this process and share the results with the stakeholders.
CEO of Hajj People Mohsin Tutla said: “We would like to affirm to our delegates and partners that Hajj People is committed to deliver WHUC’s fundamental objectives in bringing together Hajj & Umrah patrons on a quality singular platform. I would like to express here that me and my team are taking this decision very optimistically as this aditional time granted to us will ensure enhanced delivery of the event for our partners and the audience.”
Mohsin added, “We have always valued the kind cooperation granted to us by our stakeholders including delegates and exhibitors. I am taking this opportunity to request all of our stakeholders to kindly extend their full support and we look forward to a superior Convention in due course of time.”