Organizational plan to develop ‘Jleeb Al-Shuyoukh’

Monday, June 17, 2019

The Kuwait Municipality is developingan organizational plan for Jleeb Al-Shuyoukh through a special study in terms of the structural plan so as not to conflict in future with any other projects.

According to Al-Anba daily, Officials told that Jleeb Al-Shuyoukh is one of the areas that suffers from many problems and needs to be organized. The committee have prepared several studies to organize it in coordination with the Municipal Council. A committee will be formed comprising members from “all sides” to resolve all obstacles facing the development of the region.

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Eng Ahmad Ali Nagari
Sunday, June 23, 2019
Very interesting comments. In my opinion Jleeb was spoiled by those who came here during last 10 years. Shit people like the ''men in lungi and aunties in nighty'' .

vah re vah
Wednesday, June 19, 2019
@ Robert

Stories are good but reality is different. I also kno what Abbasiya was. Not only abbasiya almost all places in Kuwait.

And for your information not only Kuwait everywhere in the world it is the same story. Population have increased and
Infrastructure is required for that. Obviously concrete high rise is all that u can see everywhere.

Everybody has their right and no place is reserved for any particular group or people. So new people came to abbasiya and of course and time and things have changed and
To get things done people continued the old practice of giving money to get things done.

Each and every Malayalee is fully ready to pay any amount anywhere to get their things done. Actually u can say one of the few things that malayalees can take rights is Bribe.

I am also a Malayalee and I will also continue the practice. And it is the way the world. Writing stories and poems of bygone time is good to readon papers. Reality is different.

So juts chill and live on. And do you know one thing. Just 20 years back Abbasiya people who stayed for generations have not heard about mangaf and fahaheel and abu halifa. And
Think about 2 or 3 generations back. So in short abbasiya was malayalees like frogs in the well.

So nothing much to boast of.

Scaria Varghese
Tuesday, June 18, 2019
Except for the broken drainage , congested roads where cars are parked on both sides , racing transport coasters , Jaleeb has an Indian community life and all the middle class Malayalies love it . It is a feeling of home away from home.

Wah Jee Wah
Monday, June 17, 2019
''Jaleeb'' Beautifully described by @Robert, Bajrangi Bhai & Assar.
Its true we 3rd & 4th generation expats has deep roots in the every grain of this area.
People like @ wah re vah will never understand the feelings of majority .
This area was spoiled by the late comers specially Bangladeshi & Pakis.

robert
Monday, June 17, 2019
People who have recently come to kuwait does not know what these places mean to others who have been here. Abbasiya might not be the fanciest place to live, but it was the home to 3 or 4 generations of indians and especially malayalees. we were brought up there, those grounds which you people havent seen are the places we played football, voilleyball , cricket. those buildings that you see filled with junk and setup rooms are the basketball courts and smoking places we used to sit and hang out. Kuwait was a heaven to live , with small things that meant a lot to many. now with these newbies who came to kuwait to spoil the name of other indians get things done very fast whether job or car or license or associations , they dont realize the value of places or things . Abbasiya is become a lungi place for them , all they can think of is prados and nurses. Its like you are judging a movie without seeing the first half of it. all you saw is the end part.

pp
Monday, June 17, 2019
repair the drainage system & roads as soon as possible. make some small gardens.

wah re vah
Monday, June 17, 2019
i would never want to shift from Abbasiya to anywhere in kuwait. Even if I am given a 4 bedroom sea facing villa I will prefer Abbasiya with its over flowing manholes and mselling garbage bins and the smoke
Of the garages.

I just love them. The men in lungi is so nice to see and the aunties in nighty.

I hardly miss kerala and that is the reason I don’t go to india from the last 5 years.

Assar
Monday, June 17, 2019
I am staying here since 1992, I do not like to move to any other damn place. Love the Jleeb in its present shape.

Bajrangi Bhai
Monday, June 17, 2019
Please please keep Jleeb as it is.
Jleeb is just like any Indian city, lively & vibrating.
Please do not convert it to boring mantaka.

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