11 Saudi Princes Arrested: Saudi Arabia’s newly formed Anti-Corruption Commission has arrested 11 princes and a dozen former ministers. The princes who were arrested were posted on high administrative posts or among the richest people in the world. On Saturday (November 4th) the Saudi-owned al-Arabiya TV channel has given information to the unconfirmed sources. These arrests have been made at a time when the powerful Crown Prince of Saudi Arabia Muhammad-bin-Salman took charge of the Anti-Corruption Commission. This commission was established after the Royal Order of Saudi. In the matter, Al Arabiya channel tweeted, “The Commission has arrested 11 princes and a dozen former ministers.” However, no official information has been given about the arrest. It is being said that the commission and the influential people could issue arrest warrants, At the same time, their foreign travel can also be banned. Their bank accounts can also be seized. This information is from the BBC.
11 Saudi Princes Arrested Among Dozen Former Ministers
11 Saudi Princes Arrested Including Billionaire Prince Alwaleed bin Talal: It is worth mentioning that 32-year-old Crown Prince is also known as MBS. In the meantime, about two dozen people were detained in September. These included the influential religious preacher of the country. Then there was a lot of criticism of this move. Analysts believe that many people detained were opposed to Prince Afridi’s aggressive foreign policy. This includes the boycott of the Gulf country Qatar and their other decisions.