Published on Tuesday, June 12, 2012
MEW officials conducted raid in Jleeb; cut power from 10 buildings



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Ministry of Electricity and Water officials conducted surprise inspections in Jleeb Al-Shuyoukh area to prevent outbreak of fires. A number of violations were found during the raids, reported Kuwait Times daily. Officials cut power from 10 buildings that are in violation of ministry conditions in cooperation with the interior ministry.

Director of Customers’ Affairs Eng Salem Al-Qasba said the sector will continue efforts to tackle power violations that are contrary to rules and regulations, especially in “bachelor” areas, daily added.
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sing
Posted on Saturday, June 16, 2012
thank u very much @appriciating the work they did.pls continue this again @pls focus for the workshops and denting,painting inside the residential places.but no cares for us!!!!!!!!!
varghese eayo
Posted on Thursday, June 14, 2012
Very Good and appreciated step they have taken.Thank you for all the team who all are involved .Also a humble request to the officers please take steps against the new trend that is while construction of flat they will make a 4 flats in one floor.After getting ministries approval and Power to building,They will convert the 4 flat into 6 flat.It may conjusted,ok, more over the MCBs of AC and lighting of someones flat is in next flat.if it get trip due to any reasons,We have to wait/or to distrub others for reset.here they are violating the elecrticity rules,cheating the authorities also.
The joke is that 6 flat also have PACI nos.How it is possible?

BINOJ
Posted on Wednesday, June 13, 2012
BOTH THE LAND LORD AND MEW SHOULD BE MADE ANSWERABLE FOR DENYING SUCH BASIC FUNDAMENTAL HUMAN REQUIREMENT, NEEDED TO SURVIVE THE HARSH WEATHER. MY SYMPATHIES GOES TO THE SUFFER.
Anonymous
Posted on Wednesday, June 13, 2012
Its such a co-incident that the gov has to conduct surprise checks in Jleeb for outbreak of fires, also they check for residence violations in Jleeb. If they need the expat community out of Jleeb, they can just ask all to leave rather than torturing all those who live there with one reason or another. Dont be surprised if you return to your flat to find your door smashed. The recent raids have left many shocked as the MOI officials tap your door twice and if you dont open then they break it... pathetic..
radol
Posted on Tuesday, June 12, 2012
IT IS THE FAULT OF PEOPLE RESIDING THERE OR THE OWNER OF THE BUILDING. WHY DONT YOU CATCH THE REAL CULPRIT THE OWNERS OF THE BUILDINGS WHO HAVE VOILATED THE NORMS OF MEW. IT IS VERY STRANGE THE LAW IN KUWAIT HAVE NO MEANING PLS RESTORE THE ELECTRICITY TO THE BLDGS AND BRING TO JUSTICE THE OWNERS OF THE BUILDINGS.IT IS HARAAM TO CUT ELECTRICITY IN SUCH HEAT DONT YOU HAVE HEART THE OFFICIALS OF THE MEW
STK
Posted on Tuesday, June 12, 2012
Our building basement is using as sofa manufacturing. Twice fire outbreak is happened there and still it is functioning without any problems. We made a complain to Baladiya & to the Jleeb police station but their reply was to come if fire happens again. What is their problem if the whole building is wiped out due to fire and one load ash gone to India instead of dead bodies!!! WHO CARES!!
FDS
Posted on Tuesday, June 12, 2012
Well this is Kuwait,which is to punish the expatriates and let the locals countinoue with their touchers of being a KUWAITI
Kris
Posted on Tuesday, June 12, 2012
Good work authorities, but please check the under construction buildings also for proper facilities like parking, children play area for skycrapers and other aminities. Most of the buildings construct without proper parking or no parking. Surprisingly authorities never take any action against the builder but fine the car owners/tenents of that building.
Leslie
Posted on Tuesday, June 12, 2012
Why was raid conducted only in expat areas? Why are the owners of these buildings not punished?
Flash
Posted on Tuesday, June 12, 2012
Can they stop Illegal painting workshopes ?
justin
Posted on Tuesday, June 12, 2012
Any sort of violation of rules comes out from the citizens and the one who is affected by this is the expatriates!!!


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