Many Pakistanis living in Saudi Arabia have a vicious habit of writing their name and other details on walls and rocks when traveling to a historical or cultural site. Even the most sacred and religious sites such as Ghar Hira and Ghar Thor have not been spared by these tireless few Pakistanis.
In the past, many such images have appeared where Pakistani travelers have written their names on rocks and so on. This act brings disgrace to the whole of Pakistan and gives the impression that the people of Pakistan do not know and how to respect their religious sites. The Saudi government has announced heavy fines for those who violate archeological plans, museums, and buildings.
According to Al Arabiya News, the Saudi cabinet had recently approved the sanctions. Under the scheme, those who illegally seized state property were sentenced to six to seven months in prison and a fine of 50,000 lines for 5 or more families. There will be a penalty for anything. Anyone who lives in or destroys or damages a heritage site in the country should be sentenced to 3 months to 3 years in prison and a fine of 20,000 to 300,000 rupees or one of these two. Is
Any builder without permission from the Department of Culture will be sentenced to more than two years in prison and a fine of up to 200,000 riyals. Making a wall painting, writing any kind of writing on these places, painting it, or pasting it with any kind of ad on it will result in one-year imprisonment and a fine of one lakh riyals. Violation of the relevant licenses will result in a maximum penalty of 70,000 riyals. In addition, if a person has an unregistered archaeological item or if the ownership of the item is not proven, 50,000 riyals may be fined.