Published On:June 7 2014
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Probe called for KSA's delayed $14bn Haramain line.

Saudi Arabia's Shoura Council has allegedly called for a probe into the delayed Haramain Railway project, according to a media report.

In March Saudi Railways Organisation (SRO) president Muhammad Al-Suwaiket told local media that the project linking the holy cities of Makkah and Madinah will not be complete until 2016. SRO said in January that the project would be ready for operations by December 2015.

Now, according to Zawya, the Shoura Council - a consultative body - has urged the National Anti-Corruption Commission (Nazaha) to investigate the delay.

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