Riyadh-based Pakistanis received good news
Foreigners will be able to sell vegetables and fruits one day in Riyadh city
Riyadh (November 29, 2019) Multinational Council of Saudi Arabia’s capital provided great convenience to foreigners. According to Ardo News, Khalid bin Abdulrahman Al-Ardi, chairman of the Municipality of Saudi Arabia has reported that thousands of people attend mosques every day in Riyadh. Aspirants and other public places sell goods on the slopes which affect the beauty of the city, besides spreading dirt and disrupting the traffic system.
In fact, many times these spines also cause accidents and passers-by have to face traffic problems. For this reason, it has been decided by the Municipality that a vegetable market will be set up in Riyadh to sell vegetables, date palms, fruits and other commodities a week.
For this purpose, a day of vegetable market will be set up in each municipality.
The decision is intended to take into account the economic interests of foreigners, in addition to the locals and local citizens. Conducting such vegetable bazaars will ban the sale of goods to locals and sell their goods. According to Khalid al-Ardi, all local councils are being instructed to move around their mosques and to a suitable place. For the vegetable market.
Where bears can sell vegetables, dates and other things on that day. Al-Faridi added that arranging such markets where unemployed Saudi youths would have the opportunity to earn a day’s work, they would be non-existent. By systematically selling vegetables, the aesthetic beauty of the city will also be saved from destruction.