Jahra Security Campaign Targets Residency Law Offenders and Unauthorized Rentals

15 Expatriates to be deported, 300 Minors Apprehended

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KUWAIT CITY, Nov 30:  The Jahra Security Directorate has conducted a recent campaign in the Al-Khuwaisat area, particularly around the Subiya Bridge, to address residency law violations and unauthorized vehicle renting activities.

The campaign, led by Major General Abdullah Al-Rajaib, resulted in the arrest of 15 expatriates who were subsequently referred for deportation. Additionally, 300 minors involved in riding ATVs without legal age were apprehended and their parents were called. The operation was led by Brigadier General Saleh Oqla Al-Azmi, with supervision from Brigadier General Muhammad Taher. The crackdown targeted camping activities to monitor negative phenomena and ensure the legalities of camper and horse rentals during the camping season.

Cases have been registered against those illegally exploiting state property for financial gain, and charges have been directed against parents for exposing their children to potential harm by putting their kids in danger and showing a careless attitude for letting their children ride vehicles. The crackdown also resulted in the referral of 15 expatriate marginal workers and street vendors for deportation due to violations of residency and labor laws. Security personnel have been authorized to prevent activities that distort the Kuwaiti desert and pollute the environment by throwing waste in open areas, with a zero-tolerance approach emphasized toward those engaging in such actions

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