RAWALPINDI - PIA Haj flights are arriving late in country as the Haj flight PK-4732 landed at Benazir Bhutto Islamabad International Airport on Friday was more than six hours late. Scores of family members of pilgrims, arrived to airport to receive their beloved ones, had to face a lot of troubles owing to the delayed flight. Jeddah-Islamabad bound PK-4732 carrying a total of 393 pilgrims arrived at BBIIAP six hours and five minutes late at 10:05 a.m. instead of its scheduled time 04:00 a.m. multiplying the miseries of receiving families because of intense cold and lack of arrangements at the airport. The families of pilgrims, while talking to TheNation, told that the delay and unavailability of incorrect information from PIA Flight Inquiry, severe cold, availability of edibles on high rates and plundering of BBIIAP car parking staff put them on horns throughout the night. Meanwhile, the pilgrims complained that Haj pilgrims not only faced accommodation and transportation problem at Makkah in Saudia but also in trouble due to delay in PIA flights. The pilgrims demanded the government to sack the PIA officers and concerned officials of Hajj Mission responsible for delay in arrival and negligent attitude towards pilgrims and take appropriate action against them. Abdul Sattar, a man who came to airport to receive his uncle, said that the staff at parking lot of BBIIAP was charging money as per hour from the vehicle owners. He said that now Haj Flight PK-4732 arrived six hours late and the staff charged Rs 120 as parking fee, saying the car remained in parking lot for six hours. The fixed parking fee was Rs 20, he added. Similarly another female family member of a Hajj pilgrim was of view that the shopkeepers were charging 100 per cent extra on all edibles. For example, a half role biscuit pack was available at Rs 15 in open market but the shopkeeper at BBIIAP charged Rs 30 for a biscuit packet, she lamented. The receiving families of Haj pilgrims demanded of Chief Justice of Pakistan (CJP) Justice Iftikhar Muhammad Chaudhry to take notice of the looting continues at BBIIAP. Some of the receiving family members also spoke about feeble security arrangements at especially at entrance of BBIIAP. They said the Airport Security Forces (ASF) did not frisk the car or persons properly. BBIIAP Manager Asghar Khattak, however, when contacted, said in a very rude manner that he could only take action against the staff and other violators at airport when somebody would put a written application on his table. Upon a query the manager replied If media can tell me by phone about the ongoing violations on airport then it can definitely give me in written the car registration number and owner name from whom the parking staff charging extra money. Despite several attempts, ASF Chief Security Officer (CSO) could not be contacted for his comments.