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‘Encroachments on Govt land will not be allowed’

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KUWAIT CITY, Aug 15: Three municipal teams affiliated to the Violations Removal Departments in the branches of Jahra, Farwaniya and Ahmadi governorates, in cooperation with other concerned authorities, began a campaign to remove encroachments on state property in wilderness areas, in implementation of the municipality law and regulations, reports Al-Qabas daily.

A well-informed source told the Jahra municipality team, in cooperation with the Ministry of Interior, removed 63 violating structures, which were erected randomly in the Kabd area without a permit, and are considered infringements on state property. The source explained that the Jahra Governorate team monitored the sites of violations and abuses through a field survey of all desert areas in the northern region, as well as the sites where infringements were noticed including overgrazing, violating camps, exploitation of state lands without a license, encroachment on environmental areas and other violations.

The source indicated that the campaign will last for 3 months, on the encroachments in the Sulaibiya area, stressing that all the control teams based on the removal campaign have strict instructions that the law should be applied on everyone, in order to eliminate all abuses and the exploitation of state lands. On the other hand, the Violations Removal Department of the Hawally Municipality branch removed 127 sheds in the Salwa area, which were set up on state property.

The head of the removal department at the Hawally municipality branch, Eng Ayed Al-Qahtani, said following complaints about encroachments on state property in the Salwa area, the supervisory team monitored the sheds and sent warnings to their owners to remove them, and after the warning period ended, all legal measures were taken and the sheds were removed

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