Published on Thursday, December 13, 2012
Abbasiya Garbage problem will soon be solved: Municipality Chief Badar Al Qattan



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The garbage problem in Abbasiya has come to the notice of the authorities and necessary steps are being taken by the Municipality Cleaning Department, said Farwaniya Governorate Municipality cleaning department head Badar Salih Al Qattan.

He was replying to the petition submitted by Youth India regarding the garbage problem in Abbasiya. Youth India brought to the authority’s notice that garbage was piling up in all parts of Abbasiya and it was causing serious health hazards. The new contracting company has not started garbage collection in full swing. People have started feeling the itch and children have started to have skin irritations. And an unexpected rain made the problem worse. The people are not able to even go out. Garbage from some areas have been collected and dumped in a different area. Most of the areas in Abbasiya which are densely populated do not have enough garbage boxes. So the available boxes are overflowing. Youth India leaders informed the authorities.

Cleaning has started in different areas using Bull dozers and tipper lorries and every day, the activities are being monitored by the cleaning department manager himself, Badar Salih Al Qattan said. All necessary steps are being taken to rapidly solve the garbage problem. More boxes will be immediately installed wherever necessary. Necessary instructions will go out to the cleaning company, he said.



Al Qattan also advised the steps necessary to be taken by the residents and it can be expedited faster by the co-operation of the residents. The garbage is collected between 6pm and 12am by the garbage trucks. The garbage should be dumped in the designated boxes and in time for the collection. Vehicles should not be parked in a way that obstructs the collection of the garbage boxes. Garbage should not be dumped outside the boxes too, he advised.

The garbage should be dumped in plastic bags. In case, enough boxes are not available the residents can contact the following number in their respective areas Khaitan - 24768714, 24710579, Farwaniya -24761902 , Riggae -24893319, 24893698 , Jleeb-24335435 and inform the block, street and road number, and the boxes will immediately be made available. In addition, any complaints regarding garbage collection can be intimated on the hotline 139, which is operational 24/7
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dildhar
Posted on Monday, December 17, 2012
Although i appreciate the hard work of youth indians approaching the ministry officials i was sure nothing will happen, but proud to see that one Indian i.e Mr Thomas Chandy could take faster decision in solving the problem than the ministry officials who are still not able to do anything. Hurray to Mr chandy.
Biju
Posted on Monday, December 17, 2012
Well done! Guys! We appreciate your effort...Thanks...
Niyas
Posted on Sunday, December 16, 2012
@Thomas..What have you done on this issue???.. If you do not know how to appreciate good things done by Organizations like this, please do not insult them....
abbasiyan
Posted on Sunday, December 16, 2012
THANKS YOUTH INDIANS & IIK..FOR YOUR EFFORT TO BROUGHT FORWARD THIS SERIOUS ISSUE TO THE MINISTRY PEOPLES. LET IT BE A MODEL TO OTHER ORGANIZATIONS WHO ONLY COME TO THE PEOPLE TO COLLECT THE MONEY & FOR ADVERTISEMENT FOR THEIR PROGRAMS. ONCE AGAIN THANKS TO IIK& YOUTH GROUP
mm
Posted on Sunday, December 16, 2012
good work.... here youth India had seen the right person. not some police officers.. or govt officials, but the municipality head who is actually some one who could make a move. and also note that they just didn't go and visit and came back for a news, they at least did provide few numbers which were unfamiliar to us. (read the last para). we are with you youthindia...
Rafimeer
Posted on Sunday, December 16, 2012
Good salute for youth. But this problem have to face up to 2 month. Bcoz i am working in Baladiya
basheer
Posted on Saturday, December 15, 2012
GOOD JOB DONE---LET US SEE THE AFTER EFFECT---ALL OTHER ORGANISATIONS ARE BUSY WITH COLLECTING THE MONEY-TO KEEP POCKET TIGHT--DAILY THEY R ENJOYING THE SMELLL---THEY WANT ENJOY THE XMAS--AFTER THIS EVERY WANT TO TAKE THE CREDIT
Roji Varghese
Posted on Saturday, December 15, 2012
@ Thomas - Please learn to appreciate good works To - Youth Indians - Good Job Habibi, Go on... We are with you. Some insects like Thomas will be always there in every community, that is the curse of my Gods Own country (Kerala). Excellent work, Good initiative, God bless you all....
Vinod
Posted on Saturday, December 15, 2012

Well done "Youth Indians" keeping rocking we ar with you all other organizations are busy with conducting X'Mas and New Year Celebrations

Ahmed
Posted on Saturday, December 15, 2012
@Thomas ,dont be jealous ..They met the right person.
Dante
Posted on Saturday, December 15, 2012
Good Job
thomas mathew
Posted on Friday, December 14, 2012
well done youth India. thanks a lot for the good work you have done.
Yuva
Posted on Friday, December 14, 2012
Salute youth India..All others are tried their on way ..appreciated...Youth had met the right person,.,,good job..Also We are taking only about the issue but we don't want note the word Authority waht they said "Al Qattan also advised the steps necessary to be taken by the residents and it can be expedited faster by the co-operation of the residents. The garbage is collected between 6pm and 12am by the garbage trucks. The garbage should be dumped in the designated boxes and in time for the collection. Vehicles should not be parked in a way that obstructs the collection of the garbage boxes. Garbage should not be dumped outside the boxes too, he advised. The garbage should be dumped in plastic bags."
ANOOP
Posted on Friday, December 14, 2012
My dear indians.... especially MALAYALI'S . PLEASE PURCHACE GARBAGE BAGS .... STOP TO USE THE LULU,gulfmart bags for the garbage.....
Thomas
Posted on Friday, December 14, 2012
Nice photo...only 2 youth Indians in entire Kuwait???...what a shame...all other organisation are running behind this issue and this ''YOUTH INDIANS'' wants to take the credit...
Abraham
Posted on Friday, December 14, 2012

My opposite building haris is not dumping the garbage on time (always dumping the garbage after the cleaning people took the garabage from our area) hence the garbage will be there whole day.

Where i have to complain about this and will baladiya take action against hime??

Abbasiyan
Posted on Friday, December 14, 2012
Let us respect the great works done by all leaders including Youth India leaders. The problems have been reduced to this extent because of everyone's voice and support including those who write in this Forum...
joy cher
Posted on Friday, December 14, 2012
nice pictures ...great news..... but soon dosent mention time or date..... for some 1 day is soon, for some 1 month is soon, for some 1 year is also soon....
ABU NIHAL
Posted on Friday, December 14, 2012
SOME POPULAR ORGANIZATIONS UNITEDLY DISCUSSED GARBAGE ISSUE WITH HIGHER GOVT. OFFICIALS ON NOVEMBER LAST WEEK WITH THE SUPPORT OF EMBASSY OF INDIA. THERE WERE SOME TECHNICAL DELAY IN SOLVE THE ISSUE IMMEDIATELY, ANY HOW IT HAS BEEN AL MOST CLEARED NOW. IT IS NOT FAIR TO TAKE THE CHAMPION OF SOMEBODIES EFFORT!!!
ONE READER
Posted on Friday, December 14, 2012
WE CAN FORGET ALL WHAT WE HAVE ALREADY INHAILED AND SUFFEERED FOR THE PAST FEW WEEKS. ANY HOW WE HAVE GOOD HOSPITALS FOR TREATMENT.
joseph
Posted on Friday, December 14, 2012
Good effort , "Youth Indians". Well done . Keep it up . All the best !
salu
Posted on Friday, December 14, 2012
Mabrook for every one worked to solve this Garbage issue on behalf of Indians, and also some basement carpentry companies are also throwing old sofas, carpentry wastes carelessly
Aby Mathew,Kozhuvalloor
Posted on Friday, December 14, 2012
Thank God.........Well done ...
Anand
Posted on Thursday, December 13, 2012
excellent work youth India
Manoj Adoor
Posted on Thursday, December 13, 2012
Shame for alll malayali association. They only Know how to conduct the onam sadhya and vadam Vali . They r getting profit ,
AN INDIAN
Posted on Thursday, December 13, 2012
Thanks youth india. we have 100s of organisations in kuwait,only for eating cele
brations...where are they?they are sleeping
over the garbbage??no eyes to see what is happening around you??hai BIG BOSSES pls act&react,don,t close your eyes and make
dark...open your nose...nice smell of garbage
HA HA HA....

Abilash
Posted on Thursday, December 13, 2012
Wooh...Great attempt Youth Indians...
sweetlin
Posted on Thursday, December 13, 2012
eee..it's too dirty right...so please try to solve this prob. iik and those who lives in abbasiya......
muju
Posted on Thursday, December 13, 2012
Well done Youth India........We expecting More From Like this Kind of Organisations...
man
Posted on Thursday, December 13, 2012
thanks iik and indian youth to spend time to solve cleninig prob.
INDIAN
Posted on Thursday, December 13, 2012
“ INDIANS SHINING “….. The last year also I read the same news but the association was not this……… HAHAHAAAAAA………
An Indian Expatriate
Posted on Thursday, December 13, 2012
We have 100s of expatriate organisations in kuwait, but no one can involved in the issues faced by an expatriate. I believe this Youth Group is some thing different from other organisations. We want this type of organisations, they are involving all the issues faced by indian expats without looking their region & relegion. We all indians salute you "Youth Indians".


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