B’deshi ‘stabbed to death’ in Man­gaf; In­dian drowns at sea

‘Widespread raids to ar­rest il­le­gal aliens af­ter Eid break’

Arab Times - - LOCAL -

KUWAIT CITY, June 14: A 1999-born Kuwaiti cit­i­zen was found dead in the bath­room of Zahra Park.

Ac­cord­ing to se­cu­rity sources, when the Op­er­a­tions Room of Min­istry of In­te­rior re­ceived in­for­ma­tion about a dead man in­side the bath­room of Zahra Park, se­cu­ri­ty­men and paramedics rushed to the lo­ca­tion. They dis­cov­ered that the de­ceased is a 1999-born Kuwaiti cit­i­zen. His corpse was re­ferred to the Foren­sics Depart­ment for au­topsy to de­ter­mine the cause of his death. A case was reg­is­tered.

Mean­while, a 1994-born Bangladeshi ex­pa­tri­ate was mur­dered in Man­gaf area by an un­known in­di­vid­ual who stabbed him four times in his midriff.

Se­cu­rity sources ex­plained that the care­taker of a build­ing told the Op­er­a­tions Room of Min­istry of In­te­rior that a Bangladeshi ten­ant was ly­ing dead in­side his room and that he saw the corpse through the win­dow of the room.

Se­cu­ri­ty­men and paramedics rushed to the lo­ca­tion and dis­cov­ered that the vic­tim was mur­dered. They found four stab wounds in his midriff.

His corpse was re­ferred to the Foren­sics Depart­ment and a case of in­ten­tional mur­der was filed. In­ves­ti­ga­tions have been launched to find and ar­rest the mur­derer.

In ad­di­tion, the corpse of a 1990born In­dian ex­pa­tri­ate was re­cov­ered from Khairan Sea.

Se­cu­rity sources said the Op­er­a­tions Room of Min­istry of In­te­rior re­ceived in­for­ma­tion about the drown­ing of the vic­tim while he was swim­ming with his friends. Im­me­di­ately, se­cu­ri­ty­men, marine res­cue of­fi­cers and paramedics were dis­patched to the lo­ca­tion. The corpse was re­cov­ered and re­ferred to the Foren­sics Depart­ment. A case was reg­is­tered.

Raids be­gin af­ter Eid: The Min­istry of In­te­rior plans to launch na­tion­wide cam­paigns to ar­rest vi­o­la­tors of res­i­dence and la­bor laws.

The Min­istry sources told the daily those who did not take ben­e­fit of the amnesty given by the Min­istry of In­te­rior to leave the coun­try be­fore April 22 of this year with­out pay­ing the fines, will be pun­ished, black­listed and de­ported to their re­spec­tive coun­tries.

The sources added, the cam­paigns will be­gin in all six gov­er­norates af­ter the Eid Al-Fitr hol­i­days.

Ac­cord­ing to se­cu­rity es­ti­mates there are about 100,000 ex­pa­tri­ates who live il­le­gally in the coun­try in ad­di­tion to those who are vi­o­la­tors of the la­bor law.

The se­cu­rity sources said only about 50,000 peo­ple have taken ad­van­tage of the amnesty. Those who have failed to do so, will not be given another op­por­tu­nity to leave the coun­try with­out pay­ing the fines.

Six held in cafe: Three Kuwaiti

men, one Kuwaiti woman and two Egyp­tian ex­pa­tri­ates were ar­rested from a café in Salmiya area which was serv­ing meals and shee­sha dur­ing day­time in the holy month of Ra­madan.

When Salmiya Po­lice Sta­tion re­ceived in­for­ma­tion about the café which was serv­ing cus­tomers dur­ing day­time in Ra­madan, se­cu­ri­ty­men co­or­di­nated with Kuwait Mu­nic­i­pal­ity and raided the café. They ar­rested two Egyp­tian work­ers of the café who were serv­ing food and shee­sha to four cus­tomers – three Kuwaiti men and a Kuwaiti woman who were also ar­rested.

Nec­es­sary le­gal ac­tion was taken against the owner of the cafe. The sus­pects were re­ferred to the con­cerned

au­thor­i­ties for in­ves­ti­ga­tions.

Raju the ma­gi­cian: Per­son­nel from the Crim­i­nal In­ves­ti­ga­tions Depart­ment have ar­rested an Asian for prac­tic­ing witch­craft, re­ports Al-Sha­hed daily.

The sus­pect, iden­ti­fied only as Raju, was seized while sell­ing magic beads for KD 350.

The sus­pect claimed the beads brought luck to the one who car­ried them on their per­son.

MoI on Eid alert: In­te­rior Min­istry’s se­cu­rity sys­tems have taken nec­es­sary pre­cau­tion­ary steps to en­sure traf­fic safety and se­cu­rity dur­ing Eid Al-Fitr fes­tiv­i­ties, said act­ing

Direc­tor of Pub­lic Re­la­tions and Se­cu­rity Me­dia in the Min­istry of In­te­rior Bri­gadier Tawheed Al-Kan­deri. Bri­gadier Al-Kan­deri de­clared con­cerned de­part­ments us­ing ap­pro­pri­ate pro­ce­dures will max­i­mize ca­pa­bil­i­ties by act­ing promptly to de­ter whoso­ever en­gages in deeds that negate pub­lic norms such as fam­ily dis­tur­bances, fights and other neg­a­tive phe­nom­ena.

He stressed the com­pre­hen­sive se­cu­rity plan will en­sure free flow of traf­fic and se­cu­rity cov­er­age, not­ing the of­fi­cers will take con­trol of traf­fic in all ma­jor and mi­nor roads and in­ter­sec­tions to avoid con­ges­tions. He reaf­firmed that all ac­tiv­i­ties will be co­or­di­nated with other se­cu­rity agen­cies for sup­port and as­sis­tance.

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