Posted by : Aahil Shaik Wednesday, March 25, 2020

Saudi Arabia's Public Prosecution warns of Sharing Photos & Videos of Curfew violations

The Public Prosecution in Saudi Arabia has warned people who posts or shares any videos or photos related to violations of the curfew on social media, Encouraging anyone to break the curfew rules to face prosecution. Recommend : Ministry of Labor issues temporary guide on remote work

According to the tweet posted on Twitter, "Producing photos or videos of violations of the curfew order or encouraging it, publishing it through social media is considered as major crime, it will lead to arrest of the violator as per Article 6 of Information Crime Prevention Law is imprisonment to 5 years and a fine of 3 million Riyals, without accountability to the informants". See Also  : Overstayed Umrah visa holders can apply for exemption before 28 March

Sharing Photos or Videos of Curfew violations is a Major Crime warns Public Prosecution

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