KUWAIT CITY, March 17: Officials from the Manpower Protection Sector at Public Authority for Manpower (PAM) recently embarked on an inspection campaign covering shops and café joints in Jleeb Al- Shuyoukh to ensure compliance with the Council of Ministers’ order to close them.
Director of Manpower Protection Dr Mubarak Al- Ja’afour affirmed that the officials also focused on private companies and hair salons to see those that would violate the closure order.
Meanwhile, Deputy Director of Manpower Protection Dr Mubarak Al-Azmi affirmed that the sector dealt with 286 complaints and permanently shut down 12 establishments for violating the decision of the Council of Ministers.
He said the actions took place during inspection tours of a quartet committee led by the authority in all governorates. He stressed three inspection tours were conducted in Jahra, Farwaniya and Ahmadi governorates from Feb 25 until Monday, March 16.
He explained the inspection tours were done seven times leading to the closure of some establishments such as hair salons and café joints, which violated the Cabinet decision. He assured that licenses of the affected establishments will be withdrawn whereas expatriates involved are liable to deportation.
Fares Al-Abadan Al-Seyassah Staff