Panel probes misuse of stables in ‘Salmi’ region

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KUWAIT CITY, March 20: The tripartite committee at the Council of Ministers has started dealing with reports and complaints regarding Salmi stables, reports Al-Rai daily. One of these reports is about the closure of a stable where violations were uncovered since it was being utilized as a plastic factory and a carpentry shop.

This led to the opening of the violations file and those who committed the violations were added to the punishment list, including the withdrawal of license. The daily’s staff accompanied representatives of the Engineering Audit and Follow-up Department at the Kuwait Municipality branch in Jahra Governorate, when the Emergency Team, in cooperation with the Tripartite Committee, carried out the first inspection campaign after receiving several complaints regarding the stables in Salmi. After research and investigation, the committee, along with Director of the Municipality’s Audit Department Mohammad Al-Mutairi, Emergency Team leader Eng Al-Thuwaini Al-Mutairi, several immigration investigation officers, and representatives of the Ministry of Electricity and Water, Environment Public Authority (EPA), and Public Authority for Sports (PAS) visited the location and they found explicit violations, particularly using the stable as a plastic factory and carpentry shop.

The Municipality team issued a warning until the legal procedures against the owner of the stable were completed. The Ministry of Electricity and Water disconnected power supply from the stable and individuals who violated the Residency Law were referred to the police for deportation, while EPA and PAS filed reports on the violations. Representative of the Municipality in the committee and leader of the Emergency Team at the Municipality branch in the Capital Governorate Zaid Al-Anazi has stressed the need for PAS to strictly implement the relevant laws, particularly on withdrawing ownership in the event of non-compliance with the regulations. He affirmed the thorough and direct follow-up of this file by the senior management of the Municipality with strict directives from Minister of Public Works and Minister of State for Municipality Affairs Dr Noura Al-Mishaan, as well as Director General of the Municipality Eng Saud Al-Dabbous. Both officials have emphasized the need to take action regarding the reports and complaints. He explained the owner of the stable violated Ministerial Resolution No. 206/2009 regarding the building system, Article One on building violations and Article 25, Paragraph Four on using the stable for purposes other than the licensed activities.

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