Saudi Arabia has announced plans to construct nine buildings and various centres for Islamic organisations across the kingdom at an estimated cost of SR35 million ($9.32 million), said a report.
Sheikh Abdulrahman Al Sanad, the chief of the Promotion of Virtue and Prevention of Vice (HAIA), signed the agreement with several local construction companies, reported the Arab News.
As per the deal, new buildings will be constructed in the south of Badr province, Yadma province, and in Fahd, in addition to a new main building in Sharourah governorate, it stated.
New buildings will also come up in Hawtat Bani Tamim, Dawadmi, Majmaah, and Abu Bakr in Zulfi, the report added.
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