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250,000 workers contributed to serving pilgrims this Hajj season: Saudi

250,000 workers contributed to serving pilgrims this Hajj season: Saudi

Aug 24, 2018 - 15:33

MINA,SAUDI (Pajhwok) : The Saudi Arabia chairman of the Central Hajjinfo-icon Committee has said 250,000 workers contributed to serving pilgrims in this year’s Hajj rituals.

Prince Khalid Al-Faisal, advisor to the custodian of the Two Holy Mosques, governor of Makkah region and also chairman of the Central Hajj Committee during a concluding press conference for this year's Hajj season which was held in Mina thanked the custodian of the Two Holy Mosques, King Salman bin Abdulaziz Al Saud; Prince Mohammed bin Salman and others for their supervising the plans during this year's Hajj season.

According to Saudi press agency SPA, Khalid also thanked media men who covered this year's Hajj season, as well as whoever contributed in serving the pilgrims.

Prince Khalid said that the number of manpower providing services to the pilgrims exceeded 250,000 workers. The number of violators of Hajj regulations does not exceed 110,000 compared with 1,400,000 in 1433H, he said.

He said that the holy sites’ train transported 360,000 pilgrims, while 18,000 buses transported 1,800,000 pilgrims.

Prince Khalid pointed out that the healthinfo-icon sector deployed 32,000 health practitioners. As many as 25 hospitals and 135 health centers with a capacity of 5,000 beds were available in Makkah and the holy sites to serve pilgrims.

He also affirmed that moderation is an Islamic vision emerging from Islam and its teachings. The leader of moderation in this country is the Custodian of the Two Holy Mosques King Salman bin Abdulaziz Al Saud.

With regard to some media reports claiming that Saudi Arabia bans Qatari nationals from performing Hajj rituals, Prince Khalid said that such reports did not affect them and the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia announced its willingness to receive pilgrims from any country in the worldinfo-icon.

Unfortunately, Qatar prevented its citizens from performing Hajj rituals, he said. He said that the number of Iranian pilgrims in this year's Hajj season reached 86,000.

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