Cleanliness and Road Occupancy department issued 11 citations

Monday, October 8, 2018

As part of the planned removal of random and illegal markets, Cleanliness and Road Occupancy section carried out a campaign against random markets in Jleeb and Dhajeej areas. The campaign resulted in the issuing of citations to 11 roaming vendor and the confiscation of one truck load of vegetables and three truck loads of used clothes.

Meanwhile, head of inspections and municipality follow up services in Farwaniya Nasser Al-Rashidi said an inspection tour resulted in 40 stores being checked and the issuing of 13 citations.

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