Posted by : Aahil Shaik Saturday, April 1, 2023

Makkah police arrested Beggars in the courtyards of Grand Mosque

A number of beggars were arrested by the Makkah Region Police when they were inside the Grand Mosque of Makkah, showing that they did not respect the Grand Mosque's holiness and did not stop from begging. Follow Saudi Expatriates on Twitter

Also, the "General Security" said in a video clip posted on "Twitter" that a citizen was observed begging by the Holy Mosque of Makkah's escalators to passersby.

- While, a person of Egyptian origin was also observed practicing begging by approaching a store, around the Grand Mosque of Makkah. Recommend : 3 regulations of Photography inside the Two Holy Mosques

- A person of Pakistani nationality who worked for a cleaning service was observed pleading with bystanders for money, in the courtyards of the Makkah Grand Mosque.

- The authority called to report beggars on the numbers 911 in the regions of Makkah, Riyadh, and Eastern regions and 999 in the rest of the regions. Earlier this, the authority stressed the value of making donations through the proper donation platforms to ensure that they reach people who need them.

- According to Saudi Arabia's Anti-Beggary Law, anyone who engages in beggary, encourages, supports, or helps others engage in this activity is subject to a maximum 6-month jail sentence and a maximum 50,000 riyals fine, or both. Most Viewed : Meanings behind the colorful sign boards on the roads of Saudi Arabia

- According to the legislation, anyone who begs, manages beggars, incites others, agrees with him or assists him in doing any of those things within an organized group that begs will be punished with a jail term of not more than one year or a fine of not more than 100,000 riyals, or both.

- The same law stipulates that any cash or in-kind funds the beggar obtained from his beggary or planned to utilize for it must be seized by a court order. If any of these money cannot be seized, the appropriate court issued a fine in accordance with the rights of good faith and equal to their value. See Also : 6 strict conditions of Final Exit visa

Makkah police arrested Beggars in the courtyards of Grand Mosque -

Powered by Blogger.