Ministry seizes 10 tons of ‘rotten’ meat from three shops Securitymen arrest 19 people; seven women held for begging

KUWAIT CITY, Feb 15: Jahra securitymen arrested 19 individuals and seized 22 vehicles recently during a security campaign that was launched on Salmi desert under the instructions of Jahra Security Director Major General Ibrahim Al-Tarrah.
According to security sources, the securitymen arrested 12 individuals with expired residency and seven who were using their vehicles to sell food items and fireworks beside the road. Necessary legal action was taken against the suspects.
Sources said securitymen will continue such campaigns to arrest violators of law and traffic rules.

‘Rotten’ meat seized: In the ongoing crackdown on shops and eateries for selling inedible food to consumers, the Supervision Department of the Ministry of Commerce and Industry affiliated to the Capital Governorate has reportedly seized 10 tons of ‘rotten’ meat from three stores, reports Al-Seyassah daily.
According to reliable sources the meat is of Australian origin and was distributed to the stores in the Capital Governorate by an unidentified company. The owner of the company has been referred to the Commercial Prosecution.

7 held for begging: During a crackdown of hawkers, police from the Faiha Police Station have arrested seven women for begging for alms, reports Alam Alyawm daily.
According to security sources two of the women — an Arab and an Asian — were arrested for begging for alms in front of a cooperative society.
While five women — two Syrians and three Asians — were arrested also for begging for alms. They were caught in front of unidentified banks.


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