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KUWAIT CITY, Feb 17: Ahmadi securitymen arrested 35 outlaws and violators of residency law and seized nine vehicles that violated the traffic law during a security campaign in Wafra area.
According to security sources, a security team was formed and the campaign was held at Wafra area based on instructions from Ahmadi Security Director Brigadier Abdullah Safa to arrest violators of law and ensure safety of Kuwaiti citizens and expatriates.
They arrested five wanted individuals, 14 individuals without any identification documents, eight marginal workers, an expatriate who is wanted by Immigration Security Department and two individuals who committed traffic violations.
They also seized nine vehicles that were in violation of the traffic law. The sources affirmed that securitymen will continue to launch such sudden security campaigns under the guidance of Assistant Undersecretary for Public Security Affairs Major General Abdul Fattah Al-Ali
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