Thursday, 21 May 2015

Special Task Force Announced To Evict Bachelors From Residential Areas

18,000 Driving Licences Withdrawn

KUWAIT CITY: Deputy Director General for Structural and Town Planning Eng Ahmad Al-Manfouhi has announced that the special task force in charge of evicting bachelors from residential areas will, next week, take legal procedures against those found to have violated regulations in this regard, reports Al-Seyassah daily.
In a press statement after the meeting of the team in Ahmadi Governorate with the attendance of Assistant Undersecretary for Public Security Major General Abdul Fattah Al-Ali, deputy directors general of Kuwait Municipality branches in all governorates and leaders of emergency teams. He hinted a recommendation will be presented soon not to issue civil ID cards to bachelors who live in such areas in coordination with officials of the Public Authority for Civil Information (PACI). He declared the legal procedures against violators will include administrative eviction and disconnection of electricity. He added the authority will not hesitate in implementing law number 125/1992 to eliminate such violations.
Meanwhile the Traffic General Department has withdrawn nearly 18,000 driving licences which did not meet the conditions contained in the ministerial decision, mainly those related to professions, reports Al-Shahed daily. This came after the Assistant Undersecretary for Traffic Affairs Major- General Abdullah Al-Muhanna issued orders to withdraw licenses from motorists who did not comply with the ministerial decision.

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