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Hawkers, shops targeted in multiple Municipality raids Municipality raids in Ahmadi

KUWAIT CITY, Aug 21: Officials from the Public Hygiene, Road Occupancy and Street Hawking Department at Ahmadi Municipality embarked on an inspection campaign within Fahaheel Industrial Area, leading to issuance of 13 citations and impounding of abandoned vehicles. According to Ahmadi Municipality Director Eng Yousef Mulla Ali, the campaign was in compliance to a directive from Assistant Director General for Farwaniya and Ahmadi Governorates Faisal Sadeq Al- Jumah.

Meanwhile, Eng Ali revealed that Team A from the Street Hawking Unit carried out a campaign with the help of security operatives to demolish some livestock pens in Wafra within four and five kilometers towards the highway linking Mahboula.

The officials also seized 156 pieces of different electronic items, 265 boxes of clothes, 65 boxes of shoes, and half lorry loaded with spoilt fruits and vegetables. He revealed the officials from Inspection and Service Follow up Unit carried out another inspection campaign in Mahboula, during which they issued citations for opening a shop before obtaining health license from Kuwait Municipality, operating a shop for a different purpose other than the activity stated in the license, and sale of spoilt foodstuff. The officials also issued four citations for working without health certificates and four other citations for employing workers without obtaining health certificates.

Municipality raids in Ahmadi: A team from the Roads Occupancies Supervision Department at the Kuwait Municipality branch in Ahmadi has conducted a surprise inspection campaign throughout the governorate to guarantee strict compliance with regulations on the usage of public pavements and yards for commercial purposes, reports Al-Wasat daily quoting sources. Sources disclosed the team inspected a number of facilities established in the abovementioned public areas, including a number of blacksmith and car repair shops. Sources said the campaign resulted in the impounding of 18 abandoned vehicles, issuance of five citations for different violations like the use of industrial plots without a license and the street vendors along Fahaheel Highway.

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