Two Bangladeshis and a Nepalese arrested for reselling subsidized food

Subsidized food
Subsidized food

KUWAIT: Two men, Bangladeshi and Nepalese, were caught storing subsidized food material in Jleeb Al-Shuyiukh, where they change the packing and resell it.

A security source said tips were received by Brig Saleh Matter Al-Enezi about a store for subsidized food, so the store was raided and the two were arrested.

They had 42 large bags of sugar, 50 kg of milk, 678 milk cans, 480 bottles of oil, 32 bags (50 kg each) of rice, in addition to sewing machines to change the bags before reselling them.

Suspects caught
Capital police arrested a citizen wanted for KD 14,500. They also arrested a Yemeni and Kuwaiti in an abnormal condition with drugs. In Ahmadi, a citizen was arrested for a KD 12,900 debt, while an Asian was arrested to serve a nine-month jail sentence.

By Hanan Al-Saadoun

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