Indian expat stabbed in Jleeb quarrel Kuwaiti held with drug pills

KUWAIT CITY, Feb 13: A 48-year-old Indian expatriate sustained serious injuries when he was stabbed in the chest during a quarrel in Jleeb Al-Shuyoukh.

Reportedly, when the Operations Room of Ministry of Interior received information about a quarrel between two expatriates in Jleeb Al-Shuyoukh, securitymen and paramedics rushed to the location and discovered that an Indian expatriate was stabbed in the chest. Paramedics referred him to Farwaniya Hospital where he was admitted in the Intensive Care Unit in serious condition.

A case was registered and investigations are ongoing to arrest the other suspect who ran away after committing the crime.

Meanwhile, a Kuwaiti citizen in his 40s was arrested recently in Ahmadi for possession of narcotic pills and drugs of different types and drug-intake tools.  According to security sources, while securitymen were patrolling Ahmadi, they noticed a vehicle parked in a lot and the driver sitting inside the vehicle. They approached the vehicle and checked the identity of the driver to discover he is a Kuwaiti citizen.
Sensing his nervousness, they checked his vehicle and found drugs of different types, a piece of hashish and drug intake tools.

He tried to run away but securitymen managed to arrest him. They referred him with the illicit items to the Directorate General for Drug Control for necessary legal action against him.

By: Munaif Nayef Special to the Arab Times

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