Egyptian mandoub sought for selling fake work visas

KUWAIT CITY, Oct 19: Police have arrested an Egyptian mandoub for forging work permits of 35 Egyptian workers in return for KD 19,250 (KD 550 each) without the knowledge of sponsor, reports Al-Rai daily. The daily said after the sponsor discovered the forgery of his signature, he filed a complaint with General Department for Residence Affairs, following which the man was arrested and referred to the Public Prosecution. The interrogations are continuing. In the meantime a travel ban has been imposed on the mandoub.

Taxi driver robbed: A roaming taxi driver whose identity has not been disclosed has filed a complaint with the Shuwaikh Industrial Area Police Station accusing three unidentified persons of stabbing him, stealing his money and personnel belongings, reports Al-Rai daily. The complainant said he attempted to resist them but they stabbed him in the shoulder and left him bleeding inside his car. As soon as the Operations Room of Interior Ministry received a report on the incident from the pedestrians, securitymen and paramedics rushed to the spot and took the man to the intensive care unit of a hospital.

Yemeni enters illegally: The Jahra Police Patrols have arrested a Yemeni for entering the country illegally. He was caught for begging for alms inside a commercial complex, reports Al-Shahed daily. During interrogation the man admitted to entering the country with the help of an unknown person. He also told police he paid the man 600 Saudi riyals. He also added, he first entered Saudi Arabia and was working in Makkah.

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