Over 400,000 sheep slaughtered during this year’s Hajj season

Saudi Arabia’s project to benefit from sacrifices announced the success of its operational plan for this year’s Hajj season, by integrating with all relevant governmental and private sectors, Saudi Press Agency reported on Tuesday…reports Asian Lite News

Adahi said that with the sunset of the third day of Tashreeq, the implementation of the pilgrims’ rituals for this year has been completed, and distribution operations will start at home and abroad over the coming days.

During this year’s Hajj season, 444,554 sheep that were imported from the Horn of Africa were slaughtered in accordance with legal and health requirements, after undergoing several stages of veterinary examination before and after slaughter to ensure their medical and legal safety.

Around 30,000 workers took part in the project in various administrative, security, medical, engineering and technical fields, which operate according to a single work system with well-thought-out and systematic plans. 600 veterinarians and 600 legal specialists also took part, in addition to the other specialists who participated to ensure the smooth flow of work.

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Adahi expressed its thanks and appreciation to King Salman and Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman for the unlimited support they provide to the project, which was dedicated to serving pilgrims in carrying out their rituals in a legitimate and healthy manner.

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