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Dhaka, May 23: Ashkona Haj camp in the capital is now full of Hajj pilgrims. Every flight since morning left on time with passengers. Hajj pilgrims are quite satisfied with the overall management of Hajj this time. On the first day of Hajj, 140 passengers who got stuck due to visa complications left Dhaka for Saudi Arabia on a flight at 5:20 pm on Monday.