Workers disguised in “green” clothes to control the “Dear Riyadh” vegetable market

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The “Al-Baladi” tour revealed the lack of hygiene, the presence of unidentified stations and random entry of vehicles


A tour conducted by the Municipal Council in Riyadh of the Azizi Vegetable and Fruit Market, south of the capital, which is the largest of its kind in the central region about a week ago, revealed many observations and complaints, the most prominent of which is the lack of hygiene and the control of workers and the presence of unknown stalls that do not contain any data besides the random entry of vehicles And others.

In detail, the tour included the head of the municipal council, Khaled Al-Uraydi, its members, representatives of government agencies and market officials. Al-Uraydi stated that there was a failure that was detected by the cleaning company in relation to the market, in addition to the damage to the floors and the spread of the remnants of the market, in addition to asking a question about Saudization.

While one of the salesmen explained that cleaning is done on a weekly basis. Another said that the workers wear green clothes in order to disguise and deceive them to impose their control on the market and work in it.

In his complaint to the Council, a salesman indicated that the entry of vehicles is random without recording data, and that the number of the car plate is satisfied only and that anyone can enter and among a citizen that the market services are weak and there is insufficient lighting, especially as it opens until midnight.

Commenting on the floor damage, Market Director Nasser Al-Mutairi said the reason is due to the frequent spraying of disinfectants for sterilization since the Corona pandemic began, while the representative of the Secretariat, Engineer Abdullah Al-Omran revealed that there is no simpler that contains data and this matter is difficult to punish and violate the violating staples.

After completing the tour, the chairman and members of the council met with market officials and discussed several issues of concern to the market that were monitored with a view to addressing them.


Workers disguised in “green” clothes to control the “Dear Riyadh” vegetable market

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A tour conducted by the Municipal Council in the city of Riyadh to the Azizi vegetable and fruit market south of the capital, which is the largest of its kind in the central region about a week ago, revealed many observations and complaints, the most prominent of which is the lack of hygiene and the control of workers and the presence of unknown stalls that do not contain any data besides the random entry of vehicles And others.

In detail, the tour included the head of the Municipal Council, Khaled Al-Uraydi, its members, representatives of government agencies and market officials. Al-Uraydi stated that there was a failure that was detected by the cleaning company in relation to the market, in addition to the damage to the floors and the spread of the remnants of the market, in addition to asking a question about Saudization.

While one of the salesmen explained that cleaning is done on a weekly basis. Another said that the workers wear green clothes in order to disguise and deceive them to impose their control on the market and work in it.

In his complaint to the Council, a salesman indicated that the entry of vehicles is random without recording data, and that the number of the car plate is satisfied only and that anyone can enter and among a citizen that the market services are weak and there is insufficient lighting, especially as it opens until midnight.

Commenting on the floor damage, Market Director Nasser Al-Mutairi said the reason is due to the frequent spraying of disinfectants for sterilization since the Corona pandemic began, while the representative of the Secretariat, Engineer Abdullah Al-Omran revealed that there is no simpler that contains data and this matter is difficult to punish and violate the violating staples.

After completing the tour, the chairman and members of the council met with market officials and discussed several issues of concern to the market that were monitored with a view to addressing them.

02 December 2020 – 17 Rabi al-Thani 1442

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The “Al-Baladi” tour revealed the absence of hygiene, the presence of unidentified stations and random entry of vehicles

A tour conducted by the Municipal Council in the city of Riyadh to the Azizi vegetable and fruit market south of the capital, which is the largest of its kind in the central region about a week ago, revealed many observations and complaints, the most prominent of which is the lack of hygiene and the control of workers and the presence of unknown stalls that do not contain any data besides the random entry of vehicles And others.

In detail, the tour included the head of the municipal council, Khaled Al-Uraydi, its members, representatives of government agencies and market officials. Al-Uraydi stated that there was a failure that was detected by the cleaning company regarding the market, in addition to the damage to the floors and the spread of the remnants of the market, in addition to asking a question about Saudization.

While one of the salesmen explained that cleaning is done on a weekly basis. Another said that the workers wear green clothes in order to disguise and deceive them to impose their control on the market and work in it.

In his complaint to the Council, a salesman indicated that the entry of vehicles is random without recording data, and that the number of the car plate is satisfied only and that anyone can enter and among a citizen that the market services are weak and there is insufficient lighting, especially as it opens until midnight.

Commenting on the floor damage, Market Director Nasser Al-Mutairi said the reason is due to the frequent spraying of disinfectants for sterilization since the Corona pandemic began, while the representative of the Secretariat, Engineer Abdullah Al-Omran revealed that there is no simpler that contains data and this matter is difficult to punish and violate the violating staples.

After completing the tour, the chairman and members of the council met with market officials and discussed several issues of concern to the market that were monitored with a view to addressing them.

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