B’deshi ‘stabbed to death’ in Mangaf; Indian drowns at sea
‘Widespread raids to arrest illegal aliens after Eid break’
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.