Saudi Government Stops Pakistan from Signing Hajj Agreements Amid COVID-19 Outbreak

 Saudi Government Stops Pakistan from Signing Hajj Agreements Amid COVID-19 Outbreak

Several Global Events are Either Postponed or Canceled due to Coronavirus Concerns. Moreover, Saudi Arabia has Halted the Pakistani Government to make any Arrangements in the context of Haj. Saudi Government Stops Pakistan from Signing Hajj Agreements Amid COVID-19 Outbreak.

Muslim Ummah dwelling to the nook and corner of the globe, is deeply disturbed and calling the airborne infection is a CURSE AND ALLAH’S ANNOYANCE. The situation is undoubtedly excruciating and piercing.

Saudi Government Stops Pakistan from Signing Hajj Agreements Amid COVID-19 Outbreak

The government of Pakistan is officially informed by the Saudi Government to do not conduct any arrangements of food, shelter, and travel for Haj pilgrims from the country.

A Non-Verbal instruction is shared by Saudi Minister Dr. Muhammad Saleh bin Taher Benten

Saudi minister wrote a letter to the Pakistani government requests it to stop its Ministry of Religious Affairs from signing any such agreements until the situation got clear and apprehensions of Covid-19 are removed. Moreover, the letter added the info

“Saudi Arabia authorities are thoroughly monitoring the situation and would make the government aware of any progress in this regard.”

The Most Recent Scenario of the Coronavirus Outbreak in Saudi Arabia

Due to the coronavirus concerns Saudi Arabia locked down 3 cities to curb the deadly contagion. Though, new precautionary measures include travel restrictions in the kingdom’s 13 regions are under consideration.

Saudi Arabia has officially ordered a complete lockdown in Duo Holy Cities Because of Noval CoronaVirus Attack to avoid spreading. The Kingdom has ordered a lockdown on the capital Riyadh and the holy cities of Makkah and Madinah to stalk the rapid spread of the novel coronavirus. The Situation in Makkah is Heart-Wrenching as you can see in the Picture!

Preventive Measures Ordered by Saudi King Salman

Entry and exit from the three cities will be prohibited, according to the official SPA news agency. The new plan of action, which will take effect on Thursday, also includes preventing people in the kingdom’s 13 regions from leaving the region or traveling to another region. The measures are taken for the safety of the civilians. Like Pakistan, and other countries of the globe, a three-week curfew imposed on Monday was tensed in Riyadh, Makkah, and Madinah to begin at 3:00 p.m. local time (12:00 GMT) instead of 7:00 p.m. (16;00 GMT).

Pakistani who were intended to perform Haj are depressed and disappointed and asked Alimay Deen of the country to conduct Duay Maafi as it is because of our SINS.

Also Read: UAE Suspended Prayers at all Worship Places & Mosques amid COVID-19 Outbreak

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