British Judicial Authorities Refusing To Lift The Travel Ban Slapped On PIFSS
The British judicial authorities are refusing to lift the travel ban which has been slapped on the Head of Public Institute for Social Security (PIFSS) Fahd Al-Raja’an, reports Al-Qabas daily.
The daily quoting knowledgeable sources said in the meantime the British judiciary continues to look into the request by the Kuwaiti Public Prosecution to extradite the man to Kuwait.
According to sources, Al-Raja’an is obliged to report to the area police station once every three days as a precautionary measure to prove his presence in Britain. The sources pointed out, the British judiciary has set the next hearing for a longer date against the wishes of the Kuwaiti Prosecution which had requested for an urgent hearing.
Two Kuwaiti citizens sustained serious injuries when they were stabbed during a quarrel that broke out among five Kuwaitis in Waha area.
According to security sources, when the Operations Room of Ministry of Interior received information from a passerby about the quarrel, securitymen and paramedics rushed to the location to discover that some bystanders had settled the quarrel and took the injured individuals to Jahra Hospital.
Securitymen rushed to the hospital to discover two of the quarrelers were admitted in the Intensive Care Unit. They launched investigations to find and arrest the other three suspects.