Three held for violating Saudi Arabia’s Hajj season regulations

Three individuals were discovered abusing guidelines set out by Saudi Arabia for the Hajj season, Emirates News Agency WAM wrote about Sunday.

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The denounced were endeavoring to participate in the current year’s Hajj without a grant which, according to the guidelines illustrated by the Kingdom’s inside service, would make them subject to a fine of nearly $2,700 (10,000 Riyals).

Official representative of Hajj Security Forces Command Brigadier General Sami al-Shuwairekh approached all residents and inhabitants to cling to the principles and guidelines set out during the current year’s Hajj season, focusing on that the security staff would make a quick move against the individuals who endeavor to arrive at the Holy Mosque, the region encompassing it and the blessed locales (Mina, Arafat and Muzdalifah) without a license.

The rules have been set up to guarantee consistence to forestall the spread of COVID-19 during the Hajj season which will happen between July 17 and 22.

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