The Supreme People's Procuratorate announced the indictment on Wednesday.
At the time, he was also one of China's vice ministers of public security.
The ruling Communist Party's disciplinary committee said last month that an investigation found Meng was guilty of serious legal violations. He was expelled from the party and from public office.
A party statement accused Meng of abusing his power to satisfy his family's "extravagant lifestyle.
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