Changes in rules for issuing driving license for housewives

Friday, March 8, 2019

According to latest amendments for issuing driving license to expatriate house wives, sources informed that no driving licenses will be given to them except in the following cases.

Driving licenses will be issued to housewives only if they are on dependent visa and have children whose husbands salary is KD 600 and above with designations as advisors, experts, general managers, doctors, pharmacist and member of universities and institutions.

As per latest ministerial decision engineers are not exempted profession hence wives of engineer cant get driving license.

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RAVI
Sunday, March 10, 2019
Don''t fight man,

I have seen many Khadim Visa-Number-20 ladies who are not staying in Kuwait house, Staying illegally outside and using license and doing there own business....Beuticians, Taxing....Please any sourse to inform Ministry higher officials its better....These ladies not working in Kuwaiti house, just put akama-20 and misusing License......because of these type of people others are suffering....

I-killed-Gandi
Sunday, March 10, 2019
@ Dhinesh, Well Said...

Joe
Saturday, March 9, 2019
@ Vasan...I dont want to say any more about your writings...You are really Sucks Man.I have lot of friends frm TN. you are the one who shames for their state, you''re a special breed..So you have good Middle finger HAI to you man

Scorpio
Saturday, March 9, 2019
Guys why are you getting so flustered, hardly any indian women use this facility. Its primarily arab women who create a mess every morning dropping 12 kids in an battered Chevrolet caprice. Lets hope this is implemented properly and force these arab kids to use school vans.
@vasan Ramachandran - no guy from TN talks like this, and no tamil guy will say "jai tamil Naad". Stop using your colleagues name, you north Indian piece of s***.

Azad
Saturday, March 9, 2019
Woww.. over 12 years since the govt started their restrictions on driving licence for expats.. absolutely ZERO improvement in traffic ever since other than harassing expats. increasing traffic indicates that all the plans and actions regarding traffic problem by interior ministry was total failure and inefficient.
Instead of blaming expats, they shud hire some sensible people from abroad to study the problems in kuwait and find logical solutions and the onces currently running the shows are too incompetent to handle these problems efficiently..

And to mr. Vasan sreenivasan.. the problem is in ur attitude dear.. with such a dirty mind and venom spewing mouth, no one will offer u even a seat on a public transport let alone giving u licence or good job.. go get a life retard..!!

Dj
Saturday, March 9, 2019
Wonderful! The great ostrich is still hiding his head in the sand. Even with all your conrols and rules HOW MANY NEW LICENSES ARE ISSUED EVERY YEAR? How many new cars are registered annually? It will only increase. Guaranteed.
You can see the problem but no money to solve it this year also.

Dhinesh
Saturday, March 9, 2019
@vasan Ramachandran.. He doesn`t seem to be tamil.. Else he seems to be a Angry north Indian trying to defame South Indians. For Better standing Its Tamil Nadu not Naad.. Moreover its Valzha.. not Jai!!. Better not to cover your Identity behind others as no one is going to find out.

sree
Saturday, March 9, 2019
one n only problem affecting kuwait country is expats dr license. country like india facing many issues where as this country has only one issue thats dr license. n they woirk hard to solve that.

INDIAN
Saturday, March 9, 2019
@Vasan ramachandran, what the hell are you saying, you are here to spread hatred among communities and brotherhood.., who the hell are you to comment in such a way,, we are Indians.... if you have any problem with minorities and keralaties f**k of from here....and go back to your CHITTI NAAD....

Yuni
Saturday, March 9, 2019
Pls stop issue licence for all expat those who are not eligible rather than stopping one by one.

Sarath S Menon
Saturday, March 9, 2019
Vasant Ramachandran is frustrated that he cannot use his Tamil birth certificate to access VIP services in Kuwait.
Some how being from Tamil Nandu makes him feel entitled and above everyone else.

Also since IAF pilot Mr Abinandan is from Tamil Nadu, he also thinks they should rename Indian Air force to Tamil Airforce.





Proud Indian
Saturday, March 9, 2019
@ Vasan -What is your exact problem?

I f you don''t want see these people please go back your home enjoy your Tamil life in TN. Respect all human begin.

Other vise************************************************#$$#@#%#@&
Ok . Kannaaaaaaaa.

Indian
Friday, March 8, 2019
@Vasan Ramachandran...First tell them to ban all lungi Tamilans who roam in the roads without a shower even in weeks and or more..Jai Jai..Kuwait Clean City..

GK
Friday, March 8, 2019
"As per latest ministerial decision engineers are not exempted profession "
This means hereafter for new driving license, Engineers have to wait for two years to apply?

Well....Pharmacists wife gets, whereas Engineers wife cannot...Fantastic :(


deepak
Friday, March 8, 2019
I feel the time is come to close down RTO of Kuwait as they feel no one should be given licences, if this is yes than cancel all licences of the holders and improve the system of road transportation. You have failed in improving road transportation that is why everybody is applying for driving licence and you are saying every day nurses are banned, teachers are banned and etc if these are all banned than whom you will licence to donkeys or camels. Have some logic pls?

Vasan Ramachandran
Friday, March 8, 2019
Very good decision Sir. The must ban driving licenses of all Kerelites and their Nurse wives. All Andra driver doing taxi illegaly must be jailed for life time. We Tamils must protect reputation of Indian spoiled by the minorities of Indian by doing illegal thing. Fake degree certificate Keralite Nurses and Engineer enjoying and real degree holders suffering. Long live Kuwait and Jai Tamil Naad!

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