KUWAIT CITY, Sept 7: Something strange happened in March 2016 when the security authorities at the Kuwait International Airport stopped an Indian from leaving the country. This happened because the man was reported dead. Later it was discovered, that the man is identified as Naresh and another person by the same name arrived in Kuwait on the same day, on the same flight and worked for the same company. The other man reportedly died after consuming too much alcohol. He was also wanted by law in a criminal case and was reported absconding by his company. For 19 months helpless Naresh ran from pillar to post to prove that he is not the man who is dead and also he is not the man wanted by law in a criminal case. When an unidentified Kuwaiti intervened and solved the problem by providing full information about the dead compatriot, Naresh finally left the country. ‘
MoI facing dilemma: The Interior Ministry is reportedly facing a dilemma in the area of solving crimes because of the unavailability of the fingerprint records of many accused persons, including the bedoun, reports Al-Qabas daily quoting a knowledgeable source. The source pointed out the Interior ministry does not have the fingerprint records especially on a large number of bedoun for the simple fact that they don’t have the birth certificates and security cards.