KUWAIT CITY, Dec 26: High-level security sources disclosed that the Undersecretary of Interior Ministry Major General Suleiman Al- Fahd gave the green light to the information systems in the Department of Internal Administration to blacklist some 12,000 citizens to prevent them from conducting transactions related to the renewal of passports, driving licenses, registration of vehicles, recruiting or renewing the residencies of their domestic workers and others, reports Al- Anba daily.
The same sources added the instructions will be applied at the beginning of 2016, subsequent to report submitted to the Director General of the General Department of Weapon Investigation Major General Faraj Al-Zuabi indicating licenses had been issued to some 12,000 citizens for weapons in their possession, and they declined to hand them over or renew them after the licenses expired. Sources added the blacklist will be lifted after handing over the weapons or renewing the license, noting their names will be sent to the Public Authority for Civil Information to remove those who passed away and families will be obliged to sign pledges if they fail to hand over the licenses of their deceased relatives.
Lawmaker, son reported: Customs officer at the Salmi Border point lodged a complaint at Salmi Police Station against a lawmaker and his son. The duo is alleged to have insulted and abused the officer for not granting the lawmaker’s son exit without official authorization. A security source said the lawmaker’s son went to the border with his father’s car and tried to leave the country without official authorization. The officer denied him the right to exit the country and the youth started raining insults and abuses on him. The lawmaker joined his son later to abuse the officer, so he lodged a complaint against them.