Charge expats for visiting Kuwait beaches, says MP Safa Al Hashim

Saturday, June 8, 2019

In a new anti expat remark, Parliamentarian MP Safa Al Hashem demanded that expatriates must be charged for visiting the beaches of Kuwait, reported Al Rai Arabic news paper.

This was in the wake of huge crowd visited the Kuwaiti beaches during the Eid Holidays which resulted in chaos and large quantity of left over waste at the Kuwaiti beaches due to the crowd.

According to Arabic newspaper, she had asked environment police to take action against the people who are responsible for environment violation by leaving large quantity of waste left over on the beaches.

Kuwait had witnessed large crowd at the beaches during the Eid Holidays as bachelors and families thronged t the beaches to enjoy the holidays.

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Alex
Sunday, June 16, 2019
dear iik readers,
it''s our (expats) fault, it''s not our country. why don''t we guys (not all, to those who do such.....), have the mind to keep any places clean & hygiene without any stuff? you will keep your houses and surroundings clean n why not outside? where ever we go we see tobacco spits, trash, paper bags, tissue papers, bottles, cans, etc..... and how long that cleaner (baladiyah man) will keep cleaning such trash daily, let us pray for the days come when there are no such things on the road/footpath that he has to pick/collect daily. keep this country neat, clean & hygiene & No.1.
Dear MP,
Provide more trash bins in sea sides, parks, parking areas etc... so that your problem can be solved, not by charging expats anymore.

Kuwait
Tuesday, June 11, 2019
Miss MP Safa really dont no whats her issue,always target Expats,why she is not thinking of Kuwait Development have she seen the highways(roads) how many accidents happen just because of bad roads why dont she concentrate on the Kuwait development.Why she is not thinking like UAE King he wants to become #1 in the World,Kuwait should think about this, we Expats are always with Kuwait to give support.

Assar
Tuesday, June 11, 2019
MP Safa Al Hashem ......in Kuwait.
PM Narender Damodar Modi ....in India.
Donald Trump ....in USA.
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Everywhere problem ....Where to go ?


Ramavasan
Monday, June 10, 2019
Dumping waste is not acceptable let it be anyone, expat or local. Respect the country which is feeding u. I cleaned the beach many times but some people seeing me still through trash. What is this? God pls help.

Aubb
Monday, June 10, 2019
I never heard one good thing from this so called MP, other than charge expats for breathing the air, using the road, using the beach, sending hard earned money back home to feed their hungry family members.

Kuwait will be a better place for all, when expats and locals join hands together in one accord.

Hytham Masri
Sunday, June 9, 2019
Poor Paki''s do not have their own news site . They are unwanted here on IIK.

Kari
Sunday, June 9, 2019
It is incorrect to say to ban expats from beaches but I couldn''t agree to the sentiment. I visited the beach during the holidays and it was a shame that a lot of individuals had left their garbage, plastic bottles, chips packets, even pieces of coal behind. I love going to the beach with the kids but I quickly left and didnt want to stay in a place so filthy. I could see most families were picking their garbage but it felt pointless when all the bachelors were leaving stuff behind.
Should the MP said that Bachelors be banned from the beaches, I would heartily support the sentiment, but I guess I may have missed the families who left the garbage behind.
I would be angry too, if someone had polluted my private piece of paradise. I am really angry at all the individuals who forgot to clean up after themselves and left an unhygienic beach for my kids.

Mustafa Ahmed
Sunday, June 9, 2019
@Bajrangi Bhai! Dear you are here just to spread hatred for Pakistanis. That shows the real sick mindset of you. Please be brave and talk something positive. You are not gonna get anything talking trash against Pakistan. Be sober and show some education spirit.

Anonymous
Sunday, June 9, 2019
First of all, My comment is not on this new idea of MP Safa Al Hashim {not to mention, it''s absurd}
If anyone can get this message across to her, then very well and fine.

Madam your country (State of) Kuwait, is being developed by the expatriates and them only.
And the way you treat them is very bad. If you could find yourself some time from your (making it hard for the Expatriates to live in Kuwait) busy schedule, take a walk in the Kuwait city.

I don''t know if you have ever noticed, that you would find more Expatriates than Kuwaiti Nationals.
If you were treated the same upon your arrival in India, how''d you feel?
Would you find it welcoming if you were charged on your arrival to India?
Would you feel welcome if you were treated like an Alien from the airport?
Would you feel that it''s okay to be charged when you visit the beaches in India?

Nanda Kumar
Sunday, June 9, 2019
What if citizens put trash in the beach?

kamak lala
Sunday, June 9, 2019
very good decision it should be implementd as soon as possible......

Read more at: https://indiansinkuwait.com/ShowArticle.aspx?ID=53603&SECTION=0

Bajrangi Bhai
Sunday, June 9, 2019
Dear madam put this peeping tom "Shumaila Khan" Paki behind bars for immoral behavior for illegally looking into others private life and writing nonsense on this site.

AK
Sunday, June 9, 2019
Even In India many so called leaders of ruling party doing the same. divide the people..no respect to fellow human beings and human values.

Shabbir Ansari
Sunday, June 9, 2019
Better to kill all Expart in Kuwait .... What is the parliament and how they can discuss about this matter . In Kuwait Beaches only the place where expat feel free and calm now this also would be banned

expat
Saturday, June 8, 2019
@ BASHA....duffer...protecting planet involves all people living on earth...not only expats in Kuwait...

S.hussain
Saturday, June 8, 2019
She want to the cheap popularity to rise,these type of issue.This issue is not weight.

Shumaila Khan
Saturday, June 8, 2019
Respected Madam,

Please note that beaches are in used for dating and …………. by some people as well.

tom
Saturday, June 8, 2019
i ask the MP to visit Jaleeb Al Shuyoukh to ride out of illegal work shops, groceries and even factories.

Humanity
Saturday, June 8, 2019
@ Basha ,Is only expats go for beaches & parks?where is the Humanity now?always this MP targets Expats,and you are agree crazy person you are.Let the MOI keep the CC Cameras in all Beaches and lets see how many people will caught and how many will free lancer.Concentrate on Development of Country, we expats are always here to work and make Kuwait Number 1 in the World.

Basha
Saturday, June 8, 2019
I agree with it, it’s a good move to tackle the pollution issue, need to protect planet.

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