Complaints ‘Filed’ Against Many Who Claimed Disability And Received Plots

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KUWAIT CITY, Nov 11: Informed sources affirmed that the Public Authority for Housing Welfare (PAHW) filed judicial complaints against dozens of people who claimed disability and received plots in West Abdullah Al-Mubarak and did not build because they were unable to update their reports, in preparation for withdrawing these plots. On the other hand, PAHW’s Citizen Service Department completed 28,746 transactions in October, including 310 new housing applications, and conducted 706 allocation transactions.

According to the latest statistics of PAHW, the Citizen Service Department conducted 296 documentation transactions in the same month, and opened 215 new files related to rented housing. It was stated that the reception department conducted 327 rental allowance transactions, and issued 218 “To Whom It May Concern” certificates. The communication department received 2,541 direct phone calls to customer service. The total number of transactions submitted through the website was 34, and the total number of services performed through the “Sahel” application was 23,554. In addition, the Residential Affairs Department announced that it will distribute the second batch of government plots in the N4 suburb of South Saad Al-Abdullah City project, which includes 240 plots with an area of 400 square meters to those allocated to them until July 1, 2003.

By Abdul Nasser Al-Aslami Al-Seyassah/Arab Times Staff

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