15 lakh law-breakers arrested in Saudi

Riyadh: In raids, 15 lakh law breakers have been arrested in Saudi, informed Home Ministry. The violators were arrested after the declared amnesty period. The expatriates were nabbed during the period of eight months. For more gulf news, watch Gulf Time.

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