KUWAIT CITY, Feb 1: A team from the Closed Companies Unit of Inspection Department at General Department for Residency Security Affairs discovered 15 companies that do not practice any activities but have 141 laborers under their sponsorship. In a press statement issued by Ministry of Interior, the General Department of Public Relations and Security Media explained that the team conducted an inspection tour of the violating companies in Ahmadi Governorate and discovered the abovementioned companies. The concerned authorities have been notified so that necessary legal action can be taken.
Case adjourned: The Court of Appeals presided over by Judge Abdulrahman Al-Darmi adjourned to February 7 the case filed against a citizen who is accused of attempted murder of his grandmother by stabbing her on the chest with a knife. The Public Prosecution had charged the citizen of deliberate murder attempt, beating and causing facial fractures and other injuries on the victim. The defense counsel Lawyer Mohammed Al-Otaibi affirmed the lack of incriminating evidences against his client by presenting peremptory evidences.
Custody extended: The Sentences Renewal Judge has remanded the accused Kuwaiti to further police custody, reports Al-Anba daily. The daily said the man is accused of premeditatedly murdering his wife and the fetus. The court has set the hearing session to Feb 13, 2018. Earlier it was reported the 27-yearold Kuwaiti had surrendered to the Taima Police Station after murdering his 22-year-old pregnant wife from an unidentified GCC state by strangling her to death. When police and paramedics rushed to the house, they found the lifeless body of the wife sprawled on the fl oor of the house. It was alleged that the suspect committed the crime when he was under the infl uence of drugs. Some newspapers said the wife was Saudi. After the incident the suspect took the wife to the hospital, but doctors could not save her.
By Fares Al-Abdan/Jaber Al- Hamoud Al-Seyassah Staff and Agencies