KUWAIT CITY, June 26: A Police are looking for an unidentified officer working for the Citizens Service Center for forging official documents and sponsoring expatriates under the sponsorship of a Kuwaiti without the latter’s knowledge, reports Al-Shahed daily.
The daily added, the forgery came to light when an unidentified Asian man went to the house of the Kuwaiti and requested the man to renew his residence permit. The Kuwaiti who was shocked, because he did not hire the Asian, complained to the police and discovered there was another person under his sponsorship. The issue has been handed over to the Search and Investigation Department of the Ministry of Interior to identify the officer who has committed the forgery.
False accusation: A British woman lodged a malicious complaint against an Indian expatriate, falsely accusing him of insulting her, days after he had filed a case against her, reports Al-Rai daily. Reportedly, the British woman and the Indian expatriate disagreed over right-of-way in Nugra area, which led the latter to file a case against her at Nugra Police Station, accusing her of insulting him. When securitymen questioned the British woman, she claimed to not know Arabic at all.
The Indian later withdrew his case. However, 20 days after the incident, securitymen were surprised when the woman lodged a complaint against the Indian expatriate and accused him of insulting her, providing securitymen with his vehicle number.
By Munaif Nayef Al-Seyassah Staff and Agencies