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‘Slaughterhouses ready to receive sacrifices’ – Do not deal with ‘mobile butchers’: Municipality

KUWAIT CITY, Sept 10: Public Relations Department of Kuwait Municipality congratulated the citizens and residents on the advent of Eid-al- Adha and affirmed the readiness of the main and temporary slaughterhouses to receive sacrifices during the Eid Al-Adha, reports Al-Seyassah daily. It indicated that temporary slaughterhouses are mainly located in four governorates, which are Capital, Hawally, Ahmadi and Farwaniya.

The department explained that one of the two temporary slaughterhouses in the Capital Governorate is located at the parking area in front of the Capital Immigration building in Shuwaikh opposite Al-Hassawi Foundation which faces Khaldiya area on the Airport Road.

The other slaughterhouse is in Keifan Block 3 next to Boodai celebration hall. In Hawally Governorate, there are three temporary slaughterhouses. One of them is located in Zahra area opposite Public Authority for Housing Welfare building, another in Rumaithiya, opposite the main cooperative society and third one is located in Salwa Block 5 behind the cooperative society. In Farwaniya Governorate, there are five temporary slaughterhouses.

The first one is in Farwaniya at an open yard next to Munawer Al-Munawer Mosque, Street 106, another one is in Abdullah Mubarak area in the open yard opposite Tayyip Abdullah Al-Ruweih Mosque Street 2 and another in Ardiya at the open area behind Kuwait Finance House and opposite Seraj Al-Muneer Center for Women, Block 5, Street 55.

The other two temporary slaughterhouses in Farwaniya Governorate are located in Ishbiliya Block 2, Street 216 in the open area facing Amer Rabea Intermediate School, and in Sabah Al-Nasser Block 4, Street 106 in the open area next to Murjaj Mosque.

In Ahmadi Governorate, the two temporary slaughterhouses are located in Ali Al-Salem area (Um Haiman) at the entrance of the area from Fahaheel road (Road 30) next to the main cooperative society, and in Jaber Al-Ali area at the entrance from Ahmadi road (Road 40) behind the school and next to the cooperative society.

The department urged the public not to deal with “mobile butchers” during Eid Al-Adha as they do not have health certificates which affirm that they are qualified and free from any contagious diseases.

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