Heavy rain over the Grand Mosque in Makkah

MAKAH , April 27 (INP): More than (200) supervisors and observers participated in supervising more than (4000) workers, and the fire court, chapels, entrances and exits were prepared as soon as the rain stopped within a quarter of an hour, and the General Presidency for the Affairs of the Grand Mosque and the Prophet’s Mosque intensified its efforts to remove the effects of the rains that fell today on The Grand Mosque in order to preserve the safety of those visiting the Grand Mosque in order to perform their rituals with ease and ease, and by distributing water suction and washing equipment inside and outside the Haram to effectively contribute to the drying process, as the number of machines and equipment reached about (470) machines and equipment in the parking lot and outside yards.

The Agency for Technical and Service Affairs has raised its preparations for such cases by operating emergency plans and intensifying its work, as well as developing a precautionary plan in preparation for the rains, based on the distribution of workers and the supervisory apparatus on the sites in sufficient numbers to cover the need to provide the best services to the visitors of the Two Holy Mosques.

Al-Jabri added that a rain cover was provided, and sufficient numbers of plastic walkers were installed at the main and secondary entrances and stairway entrances, in addition to cleaning the drainage manholes and manholes to ensure that there were no blockages.

Al-Jabri concluded that these services come in implementation of the directives of His Excellency the General President for the Affairs of the Grand Mosque and the Prophet’s Mosque Sheikh Prof. Dr. Abdul-Rahman bin Abdulaziz Al-Sudais, in fulfillment of the aspirations of the wise leadership – may God support it – to provide a safe and reassuring environment for the pilgrims of the Grand Mosque to perform their rituals easily and easily.