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A Large-Scale Enforcement Operation in Jleeb Al-Shuyoukh Is Targeting 18,000 Illegals

In order to apprehend approximately 18,000 people who have violated the Residency Law in Jleeb Al-Shuyoukh, the relevant authorities are currently putting together a thorough security plan, according to a trustworthy source in the security industry that Al-Qabas daily quotes. The Ministry of Interior has been working very hard, according to the source, to stop the illogical and illegal activities in Jleeb Al-Shuyoukh, but these efforts are insufficient to solve the issue; therefore, coordinated efforts from all relevant authorities are required. Recent data from the Public Authority for Civil Information (PACI) indicates that There are currently 268,601 foreign residents living in Jleeb Al-Shuyoukh, including 46,000 women. Additionally, there are 100,000 single expatriates living in the area.
According to the source, a security plan is being developed in conjunction with the relevant authorities with the intention of eradicating any infractions in the area, enforcing the law strictly, preserving security, and rehabilitating the area. He said that this is in accordance with the directive of Sheikh Fahad Yousuf Al-Sabah, Deputy Prime Minister, Minister of Defense and Interior. He also said that the plan will be carried out by a number of institutions working together, including the Ministry of Health, Kuwait Municipality, Kuwait Army, National Guard, and Kuwait Fire Force. It is important to note that in September 2023, the Council of Ministers deliberated over the state of affairs in Jleeb Al-Shuyoukh, with particular attention to the state of buildings, traffic, and security.


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