According to a daily report in Al Siyasa, the majority of those attacked were low-income and living in a single home.
Kuwait City, First Published June 24, 2022, 6:13 PM IST
Kuwait deported 10,800 expatriates to Kuwait over the past six months Figures have been reported by local media in the country, citing security officials. This is the number of people arrested from January 1 to June 20, 2022 in the ongoing investigation to find illegal immigrants.
According to a daily report in Al Siyasa, the majority of those attacked were low-income and living in a single home. The arrests were made in Jalib al-Shuyoukh, Mahboula, Shuwaikh industrial areas, Bunaid al-Garh, Wafra Farms and Abdali. Meanwhile, inspections aimed at finding illegal immigrants in the country continue. Authorities said the inspections were not targeted in any specific area or excluded any area.
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Authorities also denied reports that illegal immigrants were leaving Jalib al-Shuyoukh to go to other areas to escape routine checks. Authorities say inspections will be conducted without giving offenders a chance to escape.
Sheikh Ahmed Al Nawaf, Minister of Interior and Under Secretary of the Ministry of Interior, Lt.-Gen. General Anwar al-Barjaz is also being assessed, officials said. They were informed that after completing all the legal procedures and complying with the law, residents of Kuwait will have no problems with these procedures.
Last Updated June 24, 2022, 6:13 PM IST