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The scene of a wedding ceremony in Ahmadi area turned into that of a battlefield field when suddenly all types of light weapons and machine guns were fired in the air, rousing fear among the gathering,
Call to deal strictly for those who revel in gunfire

 KUWAIT CITY, April 17: Deputy Prime Minister, Minister of Interior Sheikh Mohammad Al-Khalid has issued instructions through the Assistant Undersecretary for Public Security Affairs Major- General Mahmood Al-Dosari to deal strictly with those who shoot in the air during celebrations particularly during weddings, reports Al-Anba daily.

The daily quoting security sources said according to the instructions the security authorities will require the groom and his father to sign a pledge that there will be no shooting incidents. It has been said similar instructions have been given to the Assistant Undersecretary for Criminal Security Sector Lieutenant-General Suleiman Al- Fahd to ensure the Arms Collection Team carries out its task without discrimination as has been done by the General Department for Drugs Control.

In a related issue, the Arms Collection Team has arrested two Kuwaitis and two expatriates for their involvement in criminal cases. It has been reported they were sentenced in absentia to jail terms between one and six years.

Meanwhile, in an unrelated development, the president of the popular youth campaign ‘Traffic, till when?’ Hussein Ashour spoke about the traffic problems faced by students of the Kuwait University particular students of the Keifan campus saying they suffer from lack of parking space, reports Al-Seyassah daily.

He went on to say this phenomenon is the reason why precious time of the students is wasted and some of them fail to make it to their classrooms in time and leads to other unpleasant scenarios such as fights for parking place not to mention citations issued by the traffic police.

Ashour has called upon all the concerned authorities to treat students in an appropriate manner and find a solution to their problem throughout the country not only at the university campuses.

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