Bid to avert traffic congestion, 3,000 security officers mobilized

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KUWAIT CITY, Sept 16: The Ministry of Interior, in keeping with its efforts to secure the appropriate atmosphere for the beginning of the new academic year, mobilized its security leaders and about 3,000 security officers in all areas of the country to prevent crowding and traffic congestion. The Ministry of Interior, in coordination with the Ministry of Education, has completed its preparations to deal with traffic congestion at the start of the school year. Instructions have been issued to all security leaders in public security, traffic, or emergency services in all governorates to go onto the street to monitor traffic movement, especially with the participation of more than 3,000 security personnel in all areas and roads.

According to informed sources, the First Deputy Prime Minister and Minister of Interior Sheikh Talal Al-Khaled, the Undersecretary of the Ministry of Interior Lieutenant General Anwar Al- Barjas, and the Assistant Undersecretary for Public Security, Traffic, and Operations Affairs Major General Abdullah Al-Rujaib supervised the traffic plan for dealing with traffic congestion and alleviating it with the start of the new school year.

The Civil Service Commission (CSC) approved the proposal submitted by the Ministry of Interior to implement flexible working hours in three stages, with the aim of reducing traffic congestion and giving the employees flexibility to enter and exit upon completing the required working hours. In parallel, the General Department of Security Relations and Media at the Ministry of Interior confirmed that the relevant security sectors have taken all security and traffic measures and procedures in preparation for the start of the new academic year.

It explained that it has developed an awareness plan that will be implemented throughout the year under the slogan “One Heart” to educate students about the seriousness of some crimes, especially the scourge of drugs and psychotropic substances, and the devastating negative effects resulting from their abuse. It will also focus on cyber crimes, their types, and ways to confront them, promoting traffic culture and adhering to the traffic law, not driving without a license, avoiding recklessness, consolidating principles, values, and loyalty to the homeland, tolerance and rejecting violence in all its forms, encouraging dialogue between students, staying away from the phenomenon of bullying, and preserving public and private properties. By Munaif Naif Al-Seyassah Staff

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