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36 truckloads of trash removed in Jleeb campaign

Thursday, December 5, 2019

The Joint Ministerial Committee for the follow up of the current situation in Jleeb AlShuyoukh, headed by Kuwait Municipality’s Director General Ahmad Al-Manfouhi, continued its intense campaign in the area, especially in street 55 in Block 5.

Supervisors at Farwaniya municipality branch, in cooperation with the Public Authority for Manpower and Interior Ministry, carried out a campaign yesterday which resulted in the removal of 36 truckloads of trash, 15 truckloads of used tires, as well as two truckloads of vegetables and fruits that were being sold in unlicensed markets, besides arresting a number of unlicensed butchers.

16 shops and cafes were closed, while five citations were issued against shops whose owners started their businesses before obtaining municipality approvals. The campaign was headed by Farwaniya branch director Mohammad Sarkhouh, Director of Cleanliness and Road Occupancy Saad Al-Khurainej.

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Anas
Sunday, December 8, 2019
Authorties should catch the building haris those who are collecting huge amount of key money from tenants. Although some building Haris are taking money from other building tenants and selling their building parking slots.

Asim
Thursday, December 5, 2019
I do appreciate the recent steps taken by the government to clean up jaleeb shuyoukh area of heaps of rubbish. The campaign has been launched only on the roads side but inner areas are still full of filth and encroachments. Should government pay its attention on inner areas also ?

Murali
Thursday, December 5, 2019
Except Kuwaiti blocks, other streets of Mangaf are with heaps of trash

Shaikh Ahmed
Wednesday, December 4, 2019
What about trashes in Mangaf, Block 4, street 25, almost two weeks its has not been cleared by Municipality, it can spread a viral diseases in few days i think.

tosh
Wednesday, December 4, 2019
i can still show them atleast 100 shops whose owners started their businesses before obtaining municipality approvals in Jaleeb including workshops and car paint shops and factories.

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