There is no shortage of services for Haj pilgrims: Saudi officials

RIYADH: Pilgrims coming for Hajj this year are being warmly welcomed like every year and they are being provided with ample facilities.

According to Urdu News, Saudi Minister of Islamic Affairs and Invitation and Guidance Sheikh Dr. Abdul Latif Al-Sheikh says that no concession will be made to any official who neglects the services of Hajj pilgrims.

Al-Sheikh also said that during the Hajj season, monitoring teams have been deployed to monitor the performance of all personnel who are on duty 24 hours a day, monitoring will continue until the departure of the last Hajj from the Kingdom.

Al-Sheikh issued the above warning on the occasion of his visit to the institutions of his ministry in Mina, Muzdalifah and Arafat.

Al-Shaykh began his visit to the Nimra Mosque in Arafat, where the ministry’s headquarters and Da’wah cabins were located.

He also visited Al Khaif Mosque in Mina.

All Lasheikh said that the repair work in Makkah region has been completed 100%, in this regard, the required budget has been given to us by the leadership.

Al-Sheikh said that our ministry has provided double the number of preachers and translators to provide religious and Hajj awareness to pilgrims in their own language.

The ministry has also approved 32 million awareness programs through telephone, invitation messages through SMS and Hajj awareness through cabins.

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