3 princes arrested in Saudi Arabia
3 princes arrested in Saudi Arabia |Three senior members of the royal family have been arrested in Saudi Arabia on charges of rebellion. According to details, three princes were detained in Saudi Arabia yesterday.
This was revealed by the US newspaper The Wall Street General in its publication. According to sources, the Wall Street General claimed that the detained men included two senior princes. It is reported that on Friday, Saudi King Salman’s brother Prince Ahmad bin Abdul Aziz Al-Saud and his nephew Prince Mohammed bin Nayef were detained by their royal guards from their homes.
The princes have been accused of rebellion. According to the New York Times, Prince Nayef’s younger brother, Prince Nawaf bin Naif, has also been arrested. The Saudi authorities have not yet released any comment on this. It should be noted that the Saudi leadership of Saudi Prince Alwaleed bin Talal was shut down at the end of 2017.
He was later released after an agreement with the Saudi government, Prince Holdings owner of Kingdom Holdings said in the first interview after his release. He remained in detention for three months. Interviewing that he has signed an agreement with the Saudi government to release him.
However, he refrained from divulging the details of the deal, saying it was a sensitive and secret agreement between me and the Saudi government and I would respect the agreement. He told me that he was quiet in reports with the Saudi state. In reply to a question, Prince Talal replied that his global investment firm still holds a 95 percent stake.
Prince Talal said he was in contact with Saudi Arabia for joint venture investment for projects in Saudi Arabia and his Kingdom Holding would transfer $ 13 billion of its assets to Saudi Arabia. Responding to a question, Prince Talal said that his global investment firm still holds a 95% stake.