In interviews with former detainees and relatives, newspaper finds 17 detainees were hospitalised after facing abuse.
Sources told Qatari newspaper al-Sharq on Monday that bin Talal, who had hoped to spend time in the south of France and also travel overseas to meet with his aides and advisers, has not received the necessary license to leave the kingdom, which has left him in "a state of gloom". Gen. Ali al-Qahtani, an officer in the Saudi National Guard, was found to have his neck twisted unnaturally and his body bruised and badly swollen. "All those under investigation had full access to legal counsel in addition to medical care to address pre-existing, chronic conditions".
The Prime Minister conveyed warm wishes, on his own behalf and on behalf of the people of Pakistan, for Khadim Al-Haramain Al-Sharifain His Majesty King Salman bin Abdulaziz Al Saud, the Crown Prince His Royal Highness Mohammad bin Salman bin Abdulaziz Al Saud, the Saudi government and the brotherly people of Saudi Arabia.
All in all, at least 380 people were rounded up for questioning during the purge while 65 were held in custody at Riyadh's opulent Ritz-Carlton hotel.
A view of an oil facility in the Khurais oilfield, 160km from Riyadh, Saudi Arabia.
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The report also said that more than a dozen of the prisoners were abused while they were being held, and that numerous assets of the 381 princes, ministers and tycoons have yet to be seized.
The Saudi government categorically denied the allegations of abuse and oppression made in the New York Times article, insisting that stern measures were needed to reform the Saudi system and the public supports both the anti-corruption campaign and Crown Prince Mohammed's ambitious reform agenda.
One former detainee, forced to wear a tracking device, has sunk into depression as his business collapses.
"I would guess it is about evens that there will be no global IPO", one high-level source said, according to the agency.