KUWAIT CITY, March 22: Kuwait has deported 714 Nepalese over the past three months for violating residence laws, including 461 domestic workers who were working without official permits, reports Al-Rai daily quoting the Nepalese media. The report quoting Nepalese ambassador in Kuwait, added, “The Nepalese embassy in Kuwait has issued travel documents for those who do not have passports and handed them over to Kuwait’s Ministry of Interior.” The daily quoting the same source said the embassy had issued 333 travel documents in January, 256 in February and 124 in March. The report also said, the number of Nepalese who are staying illegally in the country is nearly 5,000.
Hacker steals KD 210: An unidentified Syrian has filed a complaint with the Fahaheel Police Station accusing an unidentified person of hacking his bank account, reports Al-Rai daily. The man claimed the hacker stole KD 210 from his account. The case has been handed over to the E-crimes Department of the Ministry of Interior.
12 vehicles seized, 8 people held
Securitymen seized 12 vehicles which were driven recklessly and 10 buggies and arrested 8 individuals during a security campaign that they launched in Abdullah Port stables in coordination with members of the Ahmadi Equestrian Club and employees of Public Authority for Agricultural Affairs and Fish Resources (PAAAFR).
The campaign was held based on instructions from Acting Assistant Undersecretary for Public Security Affairs Brigadier General Abdullah Safa Al-Mulla. The arrested individuals including three violators of residency law, and four individuals who did not have their civil IDs as well as an individual wanted by law for non-payment of a debt were referred to the concerned authorities for necessary legal action against them. The vehicles were referred to the seized-vehicle garage. Sources affirmed that such security campaigns will be held in all six governorate of Kuwait based on directives of Major General Ibrahim Al-Tarra