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Over 2,700 illegal stores expect to close down in Jleeb

Wednesday, November 20, 2019

Over 2,700 illegal stores expect to close down in Jleeb

The committee entrusted to handle the situation in Jleeb conducted a second inspection tour of the area and reported thousands of violations.

During a planned campaign Tuesday, the team closed 120 stores, disconnected electricity to 43 buildings, removed 10,000 tons of construction waste material and garbage, removed 223 commercial shades, arrested 120 street vendors pending deportation and destroyed two tons of foul foodstuff.

“We expect to close down 2,700 stores by the end of the campaign,” Kuwait Municipality Director Ahmed Al-Manfouhi said after the campaign.

The team will also disconnect electricity to all houses used as central kitchens, factories or blacksmith workshops, he added.

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tosh
Wednesday, November 20, 2019
yesterday itself the illegal worshops and car garages and car paiting shops, furniture facories in the underground basements are worked normal in abbasiya, they are not scared from any kind of checking.

Mehmood
Wednesday, November 20, 2019
In order to maintain living and health standards have to do action.

Ravi
Wednesday, November 20, 2019
Rightly said SS, the residents will loose their age old slum sheen and step into the developed world, at last.

Robin T
Tuesday, November 19, 2019
My old childhood memories of jleeb will be vanished by this campaign but I am happy that finally jleeb will be on track of development front.

Osama
Tuesday, November 19, 2019
So once bustling lively Jleeb will look like any other boring area.

SS
Tuesday, November 19, 2019
Good...
Soon Jaleeb Shuweikh, Abbasiya, Khaitan residents going to feel like they are staying in Kuwait.
They are going to loose the glimpse like staying in slum areas of India, Bangladesh...


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