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Saudi plans to employ inmates during Hajj


Daijiworld Media Network

Jeddah, May 25: In an important discussion with the Directorate General of Prisons, the Saudi Project for the Utilization of Hajj Meat (Adahi) on Wednesday decided to enable inmates and parolees to work during this year’s Hajj season in supervisory and technical professions.

The meeting was held at Adahi’s headquarters in Jeddah in the presence of its supervisor Ruhaimi bin Ahmed Ruhaimi, directorate representative Col. Ibrahim Al-Harthi, and companies and institutions contracted with the project.

Employment would be according to qualifications and requirements, and is in line with the Vision 2030 reform plan’s aim to reformulate the concept of rehabilitation, Ruhaimi said.

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