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Wednesday , March 27 2019

Nepali ‘gay’ kills friend in Sabhan lodging for bachelors

KUWAIT CITY, Jan 2: A Nepali has been arrested by the police for murdering his friend, reports Al- Rai daily. The daily added, this is the first murder in 2017. The victim was reportedly stabbed several times and the corpse was mutilated. According to a security source, the murder was reported to the Operations Room of the Ministry of Interior by the victim’s colleagues. The incident happened at the workers accommodation in Sabhan. According to some sources both men are gay and were involved in sexual activity.

Over 100 citations: General Traffic Department has activated Article 63 of Law 8/2010 concerning people with special needs, says Public Relations and Media Security Department of the Interior Ministry. The law stipulates imprisonment of one month and fine not exceeding KD 100 or one of the two punishments against a person who parks a car in a place designated for people with special needs, and if the offense is repeated, the court will order the withdrawal of driver’s license for a period of one month.

It also mentions the possibility of seizing the vehicle for at least two months. With the activation of Article 63 of Law 8/2010 on Jan 1, General Traffic Department conducted several traffic campaigns across the governorates and registered 104 violations for various offenses, including the use of parking spaces designated for people with special needs, recording 21 violations in Farwaniya, 15 in Ahmadi, 10 in Mubarak Al Kabeer, 20 Capital and 17 in Jahra.

It is noteworthy that violators will not be allowed to settle fines until they visit the General Investigation Department for relevant procedures, indicating the investigation department will refer violators to the concerned court for necessary punishment.

By Jaber Al-Hamoud, Mishal Al-Sanousi Al-Seyassah Staff and Agencies

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