Nepali citizens caught in major liquor factory bust; Bangladeshi Drug-runner caught

Eight Nepali nationals, six of them wanted for financial offenses, were arrested in a liquor factory raid at Jabriya area. Public Relations and Security Media Department of the Interior Ministry stated security operatives confiscated 2,926 bottles of local liquor ready for sale, in addition to 415 big barrels and four distillers and pipes. The suspects with the items were referred to concerned authorities.

Drug-runner caught: A Bangladeshi expatriate was arrested for delivering drugs by sticking them under newspaper boxes fixed outside houses. According to security sources, a Kuwaiti resident of Faiha area caught the suspect stick sachets containing some strange substance under the newspaper boxes and immediately informed securitymen. The latter rushed to the location and examined the sachets to realize the substances are methamphetamine and heroin. They managed to arrest the suspect and referred him to the Drugs Control General Department for investigations.

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