Saudi Gazette Report
Riyadh — Approximately 10,401 violators of residence, labor law, and border security regulations were arrested in various parts of the Kingdom within a week.
According to the Ministry of Interior, the arrests took place during the week of July 7-11, during a joint field campaign conducted by various units of security forces throughout the kingdom.
The arrests included 6,786 violators of the residence system, 2,444 violators of border security rules, and 1,171 violators of labor law.
An additional 203 people were arrested when trying to cross the border into the kingdom, 31% in Yemen, 57% in Ethiopia and 12% in other nationalities, and 48 offenders leaving Saudi Arabia across the border. I was arrested for trying.
Eight people were involved in the transportation and detention of resident and labor rule offenders and engaged in concealment activities but were arrested.
Currently, a total of 64,093 violators are subject to regulatory violation procedures, of which 60,483 are male and 3,610 are female.
Of these, 51,721 offenders were referred to the diplomatic mission to obtain travel documents, 3,606 offenders were referred to complete travel reservations, and 10,561 offenders were deported.
The Ministry of Interior emphasizes that anyone who promotes an intruder’s entry into the kingdom, transports or shelters, or provides support or services can be sentenced to up to 15 years in prison and up to 1 million SR fines. Did. Confiscation of transportation and accommodation.
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