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Travel ban rules broken in Saudi Arabia will be expensive, will have to pay a fine of Rs 1 crore

Travel ban rules broken in Saudi Arabia will be expensive, will have to pay a fine of Rs 1 crore


  • Saudi Arabia’s big announcement for travelers
  • Heavy fine will have to be paid for breaking the rules
  • Traveling to banned countries will be fined

The restrictions imposed to prevent corona are very strict because they are directly related to our health. This is the reason why the violators have to pay hefty fines. In this episode, the Saudi Public Prosecution Office has warned that it will impose fines on travelers who violate the travel restrictions.

will have to pay a fine of 1 crore
Travelers traveling to countries hit by the corona virus will have to pay $ 133,323 in fines, or about Rs 1 crore. According to the rules, a similar fine will be imposed on the transport operators and owners. In a tweet on Sunday, officials said severe punitive measures would be taken against travelers who had traveled to any country on Saudi Arabia’s Corona travel ban list.

Travel ban for 3 years may be imposed
Saudi Arabia has warned its citizens that they will be banned from traveling for 3 years if they travel to countries included in the ‘red list’ of the corona virus. Saudi Arabia has given this warning after the outbreak of new variants of Corona with the aim of controlling its spread. Legal action is also included against such Saudi citizens. Countries included in the Red List include India, Pakistan, United Arab Emirates etc.

Legal action will be taken for violation of rules
Saudi Arabia’s state-run news agency SPA gave this information last week citing unnamed sources in the Ministry of Home Affairs. He told that in the month of May, some Saudi citizens were allowed to go abroad without the permission of the authorities for the first time since March 2020 but they had violated the travel rules. Officials said that if anyone now violates the travel rules, then legal action will be taken against him.