Massive Security Sweep in Shuwaikh Industrial Area

Over 70 Violations Issued in Joint Operation

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KUWAIT CITY, May 30: On Wednesday evening, the Five-Year Committee orchestrated a comprehensive security operation in the Shuwaikh Industrial Area, collaborating with various government bodies including the ministries of Interior, Commerce and Industry, Electricity and Water, the Public Authority for Food and Nutrition, the Kuwait Municipality, the Public Authority for Industry, and the General Administration of Residency Investigations, reports Al-Jarida daily. Lieutenant Colonel Abdullah Bu Hassan, representing the Public Relations and Traffic Awareness Department at the General Traffic Department, reported significant outcomes as the inspection teams disconnected power supply from 21 workshops and documented eight summons reports by MEW inspectors.

Moreover, the GTD intensified its field campaigns against non-compliant workshops in industrial zones, with guidance from Major General Yousef Al Khadda, Assistant Undersecretary of the Ministry of Interior for Traffic and Operations Affairs. Brigadier General Jamal Al-Foudari, Director General of the General Traffic Department, along with Brigadiers-General Ghazi Bourqba and Ashraf Al-Amir, provided field supervision.

Additionally, inspectors from PAI recorded 4 summons reports for workshop and garage owners. MEW inspectors reported 21 workshops and garages, while MCI inspectors issued 8 violation reports. The Kuwait Municipality inspectors addressed issues such as abandoned vehicles, cleanliness violations, and impeding traffic flow, leading to 90 warning stickers placed, 18 violations issued, and 6 neglected vehicles and debris removed. Furthermore, three street vendors were arrested. Bu Hassan highlighted that PAFN inspectors issued eight violations for delivery vehicles and motorcycles, and addressed violations related to refrigerator trucks and ice cream carts that contravened PAFN regulations

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