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Women police in aircraft security – Kuwaiti lady accused her husband for slapping

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KUWAIT CITY, Aug 2: An Egyptian expatriate accused his roommate of assaulting him during a quarrel in Fintas area. The Egyptian filed a complaint with officers at the area police station and said his roommate beat him mercilessly during a quarrel. The accused was arrested for investigation, says Al-Seyassah.

Meanwhile, a Kuwaiti lady accused her husband of slapping her in the face when she woke him up in the morning to prepare for work. A case was registered at Mubarak Al-Kabeer police station.

2 held with drugs: Two Egyptians were arrested in Farwaniya for consuming drugs and possession of 10 narcotic pills and a roll of hashish, reports Al-Seyassah daily.While patrolling the area, securitymen noticed the erratic movement of a vehicle so they signaled for the driver to pull over. When the officers checked the identification cards of the suspects, they noticed the unusual demeanor of the latter prompting them to inspect the vehicle thoroughly.

This led to the discovery of the narcotic substances. The two Egyptians were referred to the Drugs Control General Department for questioning and other legal measures.

Women police in aircraft security : The first formative course on aircraft protection for police women concluded Wednesday under the sponsorship and attendance of acting Assistant Undersecretary for Special Security Affairs, Major General Shukri Al-Najar.

Some 15 women police officers participated in the two weeks course, and the closing ceremony was attended by Interior Ministry officials, Kuwait Airways Chairman Sami Fahad Al-Rushaid and CEO Ibrahim Abdullah Al-Khuzam. Major General Shukri Al-Najar congratulated the participants and urged them to exert efforts to benefit from courses organized by the ministry that aim to raise the level of performance, boost their practical life, and inspire a sense of responsibility among them.

2 for deportation: General Traffic Department launched several surprise traffic campaigns in all six governorates recently during which traffic officers issued 36,075 traffic citations, seized 2,220 vehicles, detained 59 individuals in traffic custody for committing serious traffic violations and referred two expatriates for deportation because they drove without drivers’ licenses.

In a press statement issued by Ministry of Interior, the General Department of Public Relations and Security Media urged the public on the need to follow the traffic rules and regulations, affirming that traffic awareness campaigns will continue using all media means including social media.