Prime Minister Imran Khan approved a new Hajj policy the previous day.
He took a U-turn and ended the subsidy being given for years to the people going for Hajj.
The Federal Religious Minister presented a resolution at the session, but the prime minister and many of the ministers in the cabinet opposed it which was why the subsidy was not restored.
As a result, per person will have to pay additional Rs 180,000 for Hajj.
The opposition protested in the Senate against not restoring the subsidy.
The opposition in the Senate rejected the new Hajj policy.
The party leaders of the Imran Khan government and allies expressed anger for not giving subsidy to the Hajis.
The Federal Minister for Religious Affairs Noor-ul-Haq Qadri walked out of the session as his proposal was not accepted.