Saudi Government will give sim, free internet as a ‘gift’ to Hajj pilgrims
Hajj pilgrims will be facilitated to stay in touch with their loved ones.
Saudi Arabia will offer one million SIM cards and free internet access to Hajj pilgrims.
The initiative is aimed at facilitating and serving the pilgrims.
Director General Hajj Dr. Sajid Yousafani says they have devised an extensive plan for well-coordinated transportation during this Hajj season.
Saudi Government will be providing one million sim cards and free internet facility to Hajj pilgrims in an initiative to provide them the best facilities. He will be given the said services upon their arrival at the King Abdulaziz International Airport in Saudi Arabia.
The initiative has been taken to provide maximum ease and comfort to the pilgrims, so they can share their experiences with their loved ones back at home. A field team will be working 24 hours to offer the service. The project is part of the project to elevate the quality of the services to pilgrims, following the orders of crown province Muhammad Bin Salman.
A well-coordinated transportation plan in place to facilitate Hajj pilgrims
Director General Hajj Dr. Sajid Yousafani says that an extensive, well-coordinated plan has been put in place to facilitate the pilgrims as Hajj season approaches. While speaking to the state media in Makkah, he requested the Pakistani pilgrims to stay back at least 30 minutes after offering prayers in the Haram.
”Pilgrims can offer Nawafil, recite Quran, or do Tawaaf for just half an hour after Jamaat prayers to allow the crowd to recede as people in large number from all over the world converge at Masjid-e-Haram during Hajj days.”
Dr. Sajid said that he himself supervised the clearance operation to assure hassle-free movement of the pilgrims. The pilgrims have shown satisfaction and contentment with the quality of services being offered, he said.
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