Officers dismissed for not registering seized liquor bottles

Sunday, June 30, 2019

Deputy Prime Minister and Interior Minister Lt Gen Sheikh Khalid Al-Jarrah, has issued a decision to dismiss two officers and six policemen from service for negligence and exploiting their authority, Al-Qabas daily reported quoting security sources.

According to report, the officers include one captain and the other a first lieutenant, and the six policemen were working under them. They are accused of not ‘registering’ the bottles of alcohol seized at regular intervals and failed to hand over the confiscated booze to the ministry warehouse from where it is taken to an open area and destroyed.

The report said the 8 men in uniform were interrogated and a report was sent to the minister who formed a special investigation committee to look into this sensitive case before taking a decision to dismiss them from work.

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Kullu Ahmed
Sunday, June 30, 2019
Kuwait is the only country that seizes alcohol bottles and doesn''t dispose it in front of you.

jinu simon john
Saturday, June 29, 2019
ever since young , I dont drink Alcohol or related products. I was just wondering what is so special when one drinks alcohol.
Having speaking to a drunk person , the smell , its really horrible.
Any ways ,

regards

jinu simon john

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