Posted by : Aahil Shaik Saturday, April 18, 2020
Expatriates are our Guests, Their Welfare and Safety is our responsibility - Madina Governor
The well-being of expatriate workers and securing appropriate living condition for them regardless of their nationality is at the heart of Saudi Arabia's efforts said Madina Governor Prince Faisal bin Salman. Trending : Ramadan Taraweeh, Eid prayers to be prayed in home during Coronavirus
Expatriate workers who come to the Kingdom seeking a better life for them and their families are our responsibility, and we will do everything possible with us to keep them safe until their return to their home countries.
- Our religion tell us to treat all workers compassionately and we do not allow to have our workers exposed to any kind of physical or psychological risk said the prince during his recent visit to a number of newly built housing facilities for expatriate workers as reported to Arab News. Trending : Relief for some labors as Saudi Arabia to move some expats to schools temporarily
- Our aim for them is to return with positive image of Saudi Arabia, where they are considered as welcomed guests contributing to the development of the Kingdom and absolutely they are not burden to us, he said.
- He revealed that Madina, a while ago, the urgency of dealing with the issue of workers housing in the short term, as well as finding fundamental and long term solutions to accommodate a large number of expat workers associated with the ongoing projects.
- 3 Pilot projects of housing for workers in the city to be completed in next 3 months, which will solve 40% of the problems of housing for workers. Few new areas were also provided, with the help of Ministry of Municipal and Rural Affairs. Recommend : Suspension of Iftar service in Prophet's Mosque during Ramadan due to Coronavirus
- The housing pilot projects for workers are being constructed in Madina, which will ensure the entire society's health and safety by taking all preventive and precautionary measures in labor housing. There will be medical clinics and public service buildings with specialized security monitoring systems.