Over 400 arrested in renewed Ardiya raid against illegals

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Absconding housemaids and other illegal women are boarded on the bus after registering their names.
Absconding housemaids and other illegal women are boarded on the bus after registering their names.

KUWAIT CITY, Dec 30: Subsequent to the raid in Ardiya Industrial Area Tuesday morning that led to arrest of 545 people for various offenses, the Ministry of Interior launched another campaign led by its Undersecretary Lieutenant General Sulaiman Al-Fahad with the Assistant Undersecretary of Public Security Sector Major General Abdul Fattah Al-Ali, Assistant Undersecretary for Operations Major General Jamal Al-Sayegh and other high ranking officials.

The campaigns resulted in arrest of 437 people and detention of 13 people, and issued 13 arrest warrants, 95 residency law violators and 104 people without official identification documents. Meanwhile, 208 individuals were released after providing necessary official documents and all other suspects were referred to concerned authorities.

Rotten truffles seized: The Kuwait Municipality launched on Wednesday inspection campaigns to ensure validity of foodstuff, with field inspection teams seizing 650 kilograms of expired truffles. The food and markets control department carried out a field tour that targeted the seasonal truffle market, resulting in the seizure and confiscation of 650 kilograms of rotten truffles, that were also destroyed, Director of Al-Asimah Municipality Saud Al-Enezi said in statement. The Municipality always examines quality of food in the local market, ensuring that they fit for human consumption. It also addressing irregularities and violations and take legal action against wrongdoers during such field campaigns, he said. (KUNA)

Indians robbed: Police are looking for five men who allegedly broke into the accommodation of three Indians and robbed them of their belongings including money, reports Al-Rai daily. The victims, who were assaulted by the suspects before escaping, have filed complaints with the Khaitan Police Station.

By Munaif Nayef Al-Seyassah Staff and Agencies

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