KUWAIT CITY, Nov 7: Ministry of Interior will not allow demonstrations or gatherings to be held under any circumstances without the official permission from the concerned authorities and the final consent from the ministry, reports Al- Anba daily. In a press statement issued by the ministry, it stressed that participation in demonstrations or rallies will be confronted firmly and strongly according to the laws for maintaining security in country. The statement was released by the ministry following the arrest of four Egyptian expatriates after they sent invitations through social media to the Egyptian community to hold demonstration in Farwaniya and Hawally governorates. The four Egyptians have been referred for deportation.
Ministry denies video: A source from Ministry of Interior insisted that the video circulating on social media of a Syrian expatriate managing the office of Colonel Jamal Allahou in the General Traffic Department is not true, reports Al-Rai daily. He explained that a Bedoun friend of Colonel Allahou had visited him and was in the secretariat office for charging his mobile telephone. The source added that Colonel Allahou is known for his commitment to discipline, efficiency and dedication to work.
Mystery surrounds death: A Bangladeshi sheep seller died under mysterious circumstances at the Jahra slaughterhouse, reports Al-Shahed daily. Traces of blood were found on the clothes of the victim. Securitymen are conducting investigations to determine the cause of death.
Radar system malfunctions: The radar system of the aircraft of Kuwait Airways flight No. 541 to Cairo malfunctioned shortly before takeoff, due to which the pilot moved the plane from the runway to fix the problem, reports Al-Shahed daily. The plane resumed the journey after necessary maintenance work was carried out.