Most Saudi expatriates are unable to make sacrifices. With the holy Eid-ul-Azha in front of them, the market for sacrificial animals has gathered in Saudi Arabia. Apart from Saudi nationals, expatriate Bangladeshis are also gathering in the huts to buy animals. However, the expatriates have said that the price is a bit higher than other times.

Pashurhat is permanently located on a large site called Al Khumra, a short distance from the main city of Jeddah. In addition to different breeds of cows, goats, ewes, and camels are also available at this market run by the City Corporation. These hats are open every day from 8 am to 8 pm local time. And many expatriate Bangladeshis are also involved in this business.

Someone said I was able to take a cow according to my ability. Cows look much better this year than last.
However, as the price is a bit higher this time, the expatriates are disappointed that they could not buy the animal of their choice even after a long walk. On the other hand, the sellers say that due to the corona, there are not enough animals coming from different countries and due to the high price of food, the price of animals is a little higher than other times.

Turning to the market, it can be seen that in the previous years, the price of Dumba Corona was 700 to 800 Saudi Riyals, they are now being sold at 1,500 to 2,000 Riyals. And the cows that used to be sold for 5,000 to 5,000 riyals are now being sold for 6,000 to 7,000 riyals.

However, due to the Corona epidemic, many expatriate Bangladeshis are not able to sacrifice animals financially despite their wishes.

 

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