Karbala Council: the visit was successful and one assumes sums of money to provide requirements, despite the government's promises
2015-12-03 22:05:01

| (Voice of Iraq) - Karbala

The head of the Karbala Provincial Council, Thursday, plan your visit forty as "successful", and among that he owed money to provide some visit the requirements in spite of the promises of the Prime Minister and Finance Minister to provide 13 billion dinars, the commander of operations Euphrates confirmed that more than 20 million visitors entered Karbala to perform the visit, most of them left the province.

The head of the provincial council in Karbala, Nassif rhetorical, in a joint press conference with the commander of operations Euphrates in the local government media center in Karbala and attended (range Press), that "the plan that was developed to forty visit was very successful, and it was all local government officials are pursuing implementation on the ground, "pointing to" the absence of any Marqlat on that visit, both non-availability of funds. "

The rhetoric that "the Prime Minister Haider al-Abadi allocated us at the beginning of the month of Muharram 10 billion dinars to provide the requirements of a visit Ashura and forty-promised, Finance Minister Hoshyar Zebari during his visit to Karbala, regardless that money urgently but what we got is three billion dinars only arrived only two days ago and this an inconvenient time and we would have had to borrow a certain amount to provide some of the requirements of the visit. "

For his part, the commander of operations Euphrates Major General Qais behind Muhammadawi, "The visit of forty carry the largest figure in the religious Visits date in Karbala have entered the city since the seventh of zero until today more than 20 million visitors from out of sixty Arab and foreign countries."

Muhammadawi, adding that "the cooperation of visitors was very good and contributed to the success of the security plan in spite of great challenges and concern," stressing that "about 80% left the city today."

Muhammadawi He pointed out that "the Iraqi reconnaissance aircraft was involved in the process of monitoring the western borders of the province, and fell in the desert west of Karbala because of a technical glitch."