MOI Officials Have Executed A Court Order To Evict KGL Company From State Owned Land
The concerned Ministry of Interior officials have executed a court order to evict Kuwait and Gulf Link Transport Company (KGL) from State-owned land measuring one million square meters as the company used the property illegally.
MP Majed Al-Mutairi affirmed the Parliament lauds such a decision as the legislature is always fighting against misusage of State properties and public funds. He affirmed that MPs paved way for exposure of erring companies through demands for the formation of committees to investigate suspicious commercial activities.
He said the relevant parliamentary committees investigated this issue and submitted recommendations to the government, which resulted in the discovery of KGL’s violation.
The MP asserted that he is vigilant in pursuing companies proven to have misused public funds and State properties in line with his constitutional rights and the power of the law.
Echoing his colleague’s statement, MP Abdul Wahab Al-Babtain emphasized that no one is above the law. He revealed that he contacted the head of Kuwait Ports Authority (KPA) who confirmed the land in question has been returned to KPA.