Saudi govt asks Hajj pilgrims to leave KSA till October 29
MAKKAH (92 News) – The Saudi Arabian government has on Monday issued warning for all Hajj pilgrims to leave Saudi Arabia till October 29 after the harrowing tragedy of Mina Stampede.
The Saudi government has started post Hajj operation in the country, after which the government directed all the Hajj pilgrims to leave the country.
The KSA government further warned the companies to make sure all the Hajj pilgrims have returned to their countries before deadline ends.
After the deadline, the companies will be fined 100,000 Saudi Riyal and detained would be fined 25,000 Saudi Riyal and punishment.
According to Immigration officials, more than 200,000 Hajj pilgrims are still present in Saudi Arabia.