Aamal Real Estate, a subsidiary of Aamal Company, has denied the “incorrect news” that was published on September 7 in some local newspapers regarding the closing down of shops at Souq Al Haraj and moving them to a new souq in a different area.
“The fact is that Doha Municipality has held a raid at Souq Al Haraj to reorganise illegal stalls,” Aamal Real Estate said in a statement.
“This needed to be clarified to the public to deny any news that states otherwise.”
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