New Delhi: Saudi Arabian government has geared up to welcome pilgrims of Hajj 2018. Saudi ambassador for India Dr Saud bin Mohammed Al-Sati told that they are making all efforts to provide quality services to the pilgrims in terms of accommodation, health and transport. He told that despite Hajj boycott by Iranian government last year and strained relations between Saudi Arabia and Qatar, a large number of Iranis have arrived for the holy pilgrimage and Haramain Sharifain has kept open their doors for Qatari pilgrims as well.
Al-Sati told that for the first time all the arrangements for over 25 lakh pilgrims are in place well before time. 1.75 lakh pilgrims from India will perform the Holy pilgrimage. He said under the Vision 2030 Saudi government is working on its plan to provide quality services to pilgrims.