7 years imprisonment for trying to collect illegal money by going to Hajj

Saudi Arabia’s public prosecution has warned that those who try to collect money illegally for the upcoming Hajj will face severe punishment. If someone breaks the law related to this, he will be imprisoned for 7 years or more or fined 5 million Saudi Riyals. or shall be punished with both. Which is equal to about 15 crore rupees in Bangladesh money. The news is from Gulf News.
In this regard, the public prosecution on

micro-blogging site X said, collecting cash or any other aid without permission is strictly prohibited and is a serious crime. Strict action will be taken against those who cheat the common Hajis to collect money as per Money Fraud Act. This Act deals with any type of fraud like cheating, lying and making false stories.
Incidentally, Hajj is one of the five pillars of Islam. All Muslims who are financially and physically capable have an obligation to perform Hajj at least once in their lifetime.

Hajj is performed from the 8th to the 12th (sometimes the 13th) of the month of Zilhaj. It has different rules and regulations. This year Hajj may be in the last week of June or the first week of July. The date of Hajj is mainly determined by the sighting of the moon in the month of Zilhaj.