Farwaniya municipality removes 70 abandoned vehicles

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Farwaniya Governorate Municipality removes abandoned vehicles as part of its public cleanliness campaign.

KUWAIT CITY, May 5: The Public Cleanliness and Road Occupancy Department of the Farwaniya Governorate Municipality recently concluded a comprehensive inspection campaign, resulting in the identification and issuance of 76 violations of municipal requirements. Additionally, the campaign led to the removal of 70 abandoned vehicles and scraps, along with 7 commercial containers. Furthermore, 30 vehicles were released during the operation.

Muhammad Al-Jabaa, the Director of the Public Cleanliness Department in the Farwaniya Municipality, emphasized the department’s commitment to enhancing cleanliness standards and preserving the aesthetic appeal of the areas under its jurisdiction. He highlighted the importance of removing any elements that detract from the visual beauty and contribute to road obstruction across all areas within the governorate. Al-Jabaa underscored the significance of conducting regular field tours to uphold the cultural landscape and cleanliness standards of the region.

Al-Jabaa reiterated the department’s dedication to ongoing field inspections, emphasizing that the supervisory team remains vigilant in enforcing public cleanliness and road occupancy regulations. He affirmed that the department will not hesitate to take necessary legal actions against individuals or entities found violating these regulations.

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