The CEO and CEO of “one of the Mecca pilgrimage companies” operating the service for this year’s pilgrimage have been dismissed, the Ministry of Saudi Arabia, which is in charge of the Mecca pilgrimage, announced.
Saudi Press Agency said earlier Thursday that Haji and Umrah provinces were unable to provide adequate service to pilgrims.
The ministry said the decision was made after coordination with the company’s board of directors and was based on the observations of the ministry’s field team.
The statement also said two officials were “referred to the investigation.”
Pilgrimage to Mecca, an important pillar of Islam, will begin on Thursday and will be attended by millions of pilgrims from around the world.
The ministry reiterated that it closely monitors and ensures quality of all services provided by all institutions and companies operating during the Mecca pilgrimage season.
As part of an effort to follow up on the safety and comfort of pilgrims, he states, “Monitor all violations and take immediate action.”
The ministry emphasized that it does not tolerate or tolerate any shortcomings that affect the service of pilgrims.
“The ministry’s inspection and field teams conduct ongoing tours to assess and follow up on the quality of service provided to pilgrims, to improve the quality of service and keep them safe. , We will process reports submitted without exception. “
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