By Muhammad Al-Enizi
Okaz/Saudi Gazette | Dammam
19 December 2010
Police in the Eastern Province have given Mustafa Ghalib Al-Bargi, a Saudi citizen married to a Chadian woman, a month to send his wife to her home country or he will be referred to the Bureau of Investigation and Prosecution (BIP) for further action.
He said he married his foreign wife without getting permission from the authorities concerned.
He added that his marriage was approved and documented by the Chadian Embassy in the Kingdom.
He said he is blessed with two children, Salem, 3, and Shareef, 2. His wife is currently pregnant with their third child.
Bandr Al-Makhlif, spokesman for the Eastern Province Police, said the police were an executive authority and were carrying out orders issued by the authorities.
He said Al-Bargi had broken the law and was liable for punishment.
Okaz published Al-Bargi’s story on Saturday indicating that he was married to his Chadian wife six years ago.
He is working as a security guard for a security company in Dammam.
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