The illegals detained at a police station.
New raids in Capital, Ahmadi, Jahra & Jleeb net 491 illegals

KUWAIT CITY, May 26: Ahmadi securitymen arrested 51 people wanted by law and 167 others without civil ID cards in a recent campaign across the governorate, during which 12 vehicles were impounded, in addition to seizure of 222 bottles of local liquor.
The General Security Sector indicated the campaign will continue around the clock to arrest those who disregard the country’s rules and regulations.
Meanwhile, security operatives from Capital headed by Major General Tariq Hamada arrested 105 people for various offenses during an operation they conducted at Souk Al-Safafeer in Sharq Industrial Area, Sharq area, Mubarakiya, and other places.
Meanwhile, in their continuing campaign against vice, officers from Jahra and Farwaniya Security Directorates led by Major General Ibrahim Al-Tarrah have apprehended 43 individuals without identification documents in Jahra, and seized 10 mobile groceries and 11 vehicles, while 34 citations were issued against various traffic offenses.
Meanwhile, 125 residency law violators and individuals wanted for civil and criminal offenses were arrested in Jleeb Al Shuyoukh. All suspects were referred to the concerned authority without delay.

Raids to continue: The Ministry of Social Affairs and Labor has affirmed that sudden inspection campaigns to arrest residence and labor laws violators will continue unabated, reports Al-Seyassah daily.
The daily quoting the ministry officials said 129 expatriate workers (male and female) who were arrested last week have been deported to their respective countries.
Coordinator of the inspection team at the Ministry of Social Affairs and Labor Jalal Al-Kout said in a press statement according to directives issued by the Minister of Social Affairs and Labor and direct instructions from the Undersecretary of the ministry Abdulmohsen Al-Mutairi, the ministry in cooperation with the Interior will continue sudden inspection campaigns on beauty and massage parlors and cafés and shops. The violators will be deported, he said.
He was quoted as saying, the ministry will not be lenient the violator irrespective whether he is the employee or the employer. If the employer is found guilty, the ministry will close the company file and deport the employee.

70 expats held: The Sabah Al-Nasser police led by Lieutenant-Colonel Majed Al-Adwani organized intensive crackdown campaign against violators of law and arrested 70 expatriates for violating residence law, reports Al-Rai daily.
Among those arrested are three people who had been sentenced in absentia. They have been handed over to the Sentences Enforcement Department and others to the concerned authorities.

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