Kuwait’s Pursuit Of Justice: Indian Expat Arrested For Million-Dinar Fraud

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Indian National Linked to 38 Criminal Offenses

Kuwait City, Sep 21:  An Indian expatriate, sought in connection with 38 cases encompassing offenses such as fraud, theft, breach of trust, and outstanding financial obligations totaling one million dinars, has been apprehended by the Interior Ministry in the Sabah Al-Nasser area.

According to security sources, the head of the Sabah Al-Nasser police station, Brigadier General Suleiman Jaber Al-Saeedi, was conducting an inspection tour when, during the establishment of a security checkpoint, he grew suspicious of an individual. When approached and asked to stop, the individual attempted to flee but was subsequently pursued and detained.

Further investigation into the detainee’s background, an Indian national, revealed his involvement in 38 criminal cases, including instances of fraud, theft, and breach of trust. Notably, he had been sentenced to 16 terms of imprisonment as a result of his actions. The outstanding financial liabilities associated with his name amounted to approximately one million dinars, encompassing various forms of financial instruments such as checks, bills of exchange, and debt declarations.

General Al-Saeedi promptly referred this high-profile security detainee, who had accumulated an extensive criminal record, to the relevant authorities. It was noted that his residency status had expired approximately nine years ago.

This arrest highlights the commitment of the Interior Ministry to address and apprehend individuals involved in criminal activities and brings a significant offender to justice.

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