Three held for violating Haj regulations in Saudi

DG Staff

RIYADH 12 July 2021: Three people were caught for violating the regulations and instructions related to Haj in Saudi Arabia.

The accused did not obtain mandatory permit to perform Haj and they will be fined SAR10,000 (Dh9,793) each as per the rules, according to ‏Brigadier General Sami Al-Shuwairekh, the official spokesperson of Haj Security Forces Command, said SPA/Wam.

Brigadier General Al-Shuwairekh called on all citizens and residents to abide by the instructions for this year’s Hajj season, stressing that the security personnel will take action against those who try to reach the Holy Mosque, its surrounding central area and the holy sites (Mina, Muzdalifah, Arafat) without a permit, until the end of the 13th of Dhul-Hijjah.


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