A Saudi court has cleared the Binladin Group of responsibility for the 2015 collapse of a crane in Mecca which killed 100 people, the Saudi press ...
Defendants are facing 20 charges foremost of which is negligence in the application of safety measures which led to the crash
The warning was contained in the company’s report submitted to the Bureau of Investigation and Public Prosecution which is investigating the case
Fourteen people are on trial after a collapsed crane killed and injured hundreds of pilgrims last year
The ministry said it had stopped making any payments for using the crane, 10 months before its crash
Investigators and the prosecution had completed an eight-month investigation into the case which involved questioning a number of suspects
Some of the Saudi staff said the last payment they received was in January and complained about their difficult financial conditions
This construction giant is so big and controls so many of the state’s projects that it has become an essential component of the Kingdom’s non-oil economy.
A travel ban imposed on Binladin Group top managers after Makkah crane disaster has also been lifted
A large number of workers who have not been paid their salaries for months and have been laid off burned several buses
Employees and supervisors in some government departments have been added to the list of accused of involvement in the crane crash in the Grand Mosque
According to the sources, 40 defendants may face charges of negligence that caused the loss of lives and properties
Construction company Saudi Binladin Group plans to cut about 15,000 staff which represents a fraction of the group’s workforce according to its LinkedIn page
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