KUWAIT CITY, Nov 9: The Interior Ministry has taken a decision to deport the Asian stowaway who was planning to escape from Kuwait aboard an aircraft that was carrying the Undersecretary of the Ministry of Interior, along with the person who facilitated his entry into the airport reports Al- Anba daily. A security source said the person who facilitated his entry into the airport is sponsored by a senior officer in the Interior Ministry. The source also said the deportation of the two Asians is in public interest.
Bedoun robbed: Police are looking for three unidentified persons for robbing KD 100,000 from a bedoun, reports Al-Rai daily. The bedoun told the Sharq Police Station he was driving in the area and the suspects ordered him to pull over, pulled out a gun and ordered him to hand over the money. Personnel from the Criminal Evidences Department have lifted fingerprints from the car of the bedoun to identify the robbers.
Complaints received: Acting director of Labor Relations Department of the Public Authority for Manpower (PAM) Nasser Al-Hamidi said the department receives more than 12,000 labor complaints every year, including complaints about work permits and salary not paid, reports Al- Qabas daily. However, a lot of complaints are settled amicably and some even referred to the judiciary and others shelved due to lack of legal hassles. Al-Hamidi said PAM takes utmost care to protect the interests of both the employers and the employees.
School certificates forged: Police have arrested an unidentified expatriate for forging high school certificates for those willing to continue their higher education outside Kuwait, reports Al-Shahed daily. A security source said investigations conducted by securitymen revealed the forger was selling forged certificates for KD 300 each. Police then set a trap for the man and caught him red-handed while receiving KD 300 from a police agent. Police have reportedly seized seals, forged certificates and a computer from the car and the house of the forger.