KUWAIT CITY, July 2: The corpse of a 1966-born Bangladeshi expatriate was discovered on Abdali Road Kilo-mark 59. According to security sources, when the Operations Room of Ministry of Interior received information about the discovery of a corpse, securitymen and paramedics rushed to the scene. Preliminary investigations revealed that the deceased is a 1966-born Bangladeshi expatriate. The corpse was referred to the Forensics Department and a case has been registered. General Department for Criminal Evidences has launched investigations to determine the cause of the victim’s death.
Workers protest: About 500 laborers of a contracting company held a demonstration on Abdali Road to protest the decision taken by the company to increase their working hours. According to security sources, when the Operations Room of Ministry of Interior received information about the demonstration, Jahra securitymen and officers from Public Security and Rescue sectors rushed to the scene. They discovered that the laborers were protesting against a recent decision taken by their company. The concerned authorities contacted the company to solve their problem and securitymen dispersed the crowd.
Pakistani robbed: An unknown individual attacked a Pakistani expatriate and robbed him of KD 220 in Qasr area. According to security sources, the victim went to the nearest police station with a medical report. He explained to securitymen that he was walking on the pedestrian bridge in Qasr area when an unknown individual approached him, punched him on his nose, and hit him several times until he fell on the ground. The suspect then pulled out a knife and threatened to “butcher” him if he did not give him all the money in his possession. The suspect was given KD 220 after which he fl ed from the location. Investigations have been launched to find and arrest the suspect.
‘Beware jellyfish’: The Ministry of Electricity and Water is currently dealing with huge quantities of jellyfish that have slowed down the condensation process at the Al- Zour power station, reports Al-Anba daily. This is a recurring phenomenon at this time of the year but this year it is considered the heaviest. On the other hand, the Environment Public Authority said the increase in the number of jelly fish during seasonal high temperatures is a natural phenomenon. He has appealed to the citizens and expatriates to take caution when swimming. He has also asked the beachgoers not to touch the fl oating jellyfish seen drifting along the beaches to ensure their safety and avoid getting injured.