After the delay of 72 hours return to Saudi Arabia’s employees, where did the Pakistani mobsters arrive?
KARACHI, Riyadh (Web Desk) More than 10,000 Pakistani PIA offices arrived after a 72-hour directive to Saudi Arabia to return all residents of Pakistan, including Pakistan, to all residents of Pakistan, including Omaha Holder and Umrah. Which has created a crisis situation.According to the Express, the Saudi government had instructed travelers in some countries to stop the Corona virus for 72 hours to return. According to sources, there are 10,000 Pakistanis who returned to Saudi Arabia from Saudi Arabia and all travelers want to return after the Saudi government announced.
PIA has completed the booking process to transfer only 2200 Iqama holders to Saudi Arabia by 6 flights,
PIA has completed the booking process to transfer only 2200 Iqama holders to Saudi Arabia by 6 flights, while passengers returning to Saudi Arabia have been rushed to the PIA’s head office and regional offices, causing crisis. Has been bornSpokesperson PIA has stated that PIA has no further flights or reservation capacity, reservation for 6 scheduled flights has been completed, about 2200 passengers will travel from 6 flights, 5 out of 6 flights to Jeddah. , Will operate for a madina, the administration is also planning a flight from Lahore to Saudi Arabia, the flight from Lahore will be operated for Dammam, more passengers will have to take the ship to Saudi Arabia.
Saudi company Aramco apologizes for hiring a ‘non-Arab’ employee on hand sanitizer
Jeddah (Web Desk) Saudi oil company Famous Aramco has apologized to one of its ‘non-Arab’ employees for making hand sanitizers on the go. One person has been wearing a special platform filled with antibacterial liquid, and with this dispenser, people are washing their hands with liquid. The man was made a mobile hand sanitizer which can be seen in front of people in every department.
Public after the outbreak of the Coronavirus in Saudi Arabia?
The company apparently hired an Asian man to serve the public after the outbreak of the Corona virus in Saudi Arabia, but has been widely criticized on social media. This criticism was also criticized by the Saudi people themselves. People called it humiliation of the people, some called it shameful and even advised Aramco to apologize.One user on Twitter condemned the process, saying that people behave like this with immigrant employees in Gulf countries.
A person was shown with a sterilization package in photos posted on social media.
Abdul Rehman Bland, a Kuwaiti cartoonist, called the act racism and cited the Quranic verse honoring the human race.In response, Aramco made two tweets in Arabic. The first tweet stated that a person was shown with a sterilization package in photos posted by a colleague on social media. Saudi Aramco expresses dissatisfaction over this behavior. Although I emphasized the sterilization process, it was done without the permission of the company. The second tweet states that the process has been halted and it has not been ensured. The Company will maintain mutual respect and sophistication in this regard.