KUWAIT CITY, Feb 8: Ahmadi policemen arrested four Bangladeshis for stealing many large cans of paint from under construction houses in Sabah Al-Salem City. While patrolling the area, the officers got suspicious when they saw four Bangladeshis inside a car parked in front of a house in the area late at night. The officers inspected the car after noticing the agitated demeanor of the Bangladeshis and they found several cans of paint. During interrogation, the Bangladeshis admitted to stealing the cans of paint with the intention of selling them. The four suspects were then referred to the concerned security unit. On the other hand, policemen arrested an Indian man in Fahaheel as he was behaving in an unusual manner. He was taken to the police station in the area for questioning and other legal action.
Caught cutting plants: Two Asian men were arrested not far from the Special Forces Camp for cutting fungal plants—an act that affects the plant environment, says an Interior Ministry press release. Security sources said the duo was taken to the Environment Police Department for necessary legal measures pending their deportation, as per the directive of the Interior Minister to deport anyone caught in the act of damaging environment. According to Article (41) of Environment Protection Law No. 42/2014 modified by Law No. 99/2015 stipulates that “Direct grazing or usage of land for agriculture or exercising other activities that could be detrimental to the quality or quantity of vegetation in any area leading to desertification, degradation of environment or wildlife is strictly prohibited. The only exception of the above is what is specified in the Executive Bylaw for development purposes. In all cases, the removal of greenery areas and trees should be compensated for.
Delivery boy robbed: An Egyptian restaurant worker in Jahra area said an unidentified person stole money in his possession and assaulted him while he delivered a meal the suspect had ordered. A case was registered, reports Al-Qabas daily.
Report rejected: Director of Mosques Sector in Hawally Dr Khaled Al-Hais said the content of the recorded sermon delivered by the Imam of Al-Rashid Mosque in Al-Salam did not include a call for overthrowing the regime, reports Al-Rai daily. Al-Hais expressed his appreciation for all who work towards ensuring the security and stability of the nation, but he calls on everyone not to rush in hurling accusations based on the statements of eyewitnesses.