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70 expats of various nationalites held ‘No drugs being sold to students’

KUWAIT CITY, Jan 27: Personnel from the Capital Governorate during a security campaign against vice, residence law violators and people wanted by law have arrested 70 expatriates of various nationalities and referred them to the concerned authorities, reports Al- Watan Arabic daily.

‘No drugs being sold to students’: The Public Relations Director and official spokesman of the Ministry of Education Dhidan Al-Ajmi said the ministry in coordination with the Ministry of Interior takes all measures to protect “our students from any alien misbehavior which contradicts with our religious and educational values,” reports Al-Anba daily. Al-Ajmi in a press statement said information which was published by some newspapers that narcotic pills are being sold to students inside the school premises is incorrect. He pointed out the ministry is following the issue with great interest and will not let anyone tamper with the health of the students or their future. Meanwhile, Undersecretary of the Ministry of Interior Lt Major Suleiman Al-Fahd recently honored Lieutenant Yousef Al-Mehaini, passport officer working at the Kuwait International Airport for his vigilance and extraordinary efforts to prevent three Arabs from entering the country on forged European passports, reports Al- Watan Arabic daily. Al-Fahd has conveyed to the recipient of the appreciation of the Deputy Premier, and Minister of Interior Sheikh Mohammad Al-Khaled.

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