Interpol officials during one of a raids as partial of Shaheen operation.
DOHA: In a five-day-long crackdown on feign and tawdry products in Qatar, 147 people were referred for review and 51,000 electrical products and a series of other poor products were confiscated.
The operation, named “Shaheen”, is pronounced to be a initial of a kind in a MENA segment and was carried out by a Ministry of Interior in partnership with Interpol.
The inspections were systematic by a Director General of Public Security, H E Staff Major General Saad bin Jassim Al Khulaifi, in a arise of a Interpol Regional Program to Counter Trafficking in Illicit Goods and Intellectual Property Crimes, hold in Doha final week.
The assembly was attended by representatives from Saudi Arabia, Oman, a UAE, Kuwait, Bahrain and some other Middle Eastern countries. The operation was carried out to exercise papers presented in a conference.
The Arab and International Police Communication Department, representing a Ministry of Interior, a General Authority of Customs, and a Consumer Protection Department also took partial in a campaign.
Interpol MENA coordinator and Operations Officer Aiham Yasmeenia pronounced a ‘Shaheen’ operation was a initial of a kind in a MENA segment to check tawdry and unlawful products and products.
The debate lasted approximately 5 days and lonesome shops and warehouses opposite a country. Following a raids, 147 people were referred to questioning authorities and 51,000 electric items, including lights, electric welding ribbons and fuses, were seized. A vast series of tawdry audio and video products and automobile parts, lapsed food items, poor building material, several computers, printers and mobile phones were also seized.
The confiscated equipment enclosed 20,000 feign automobile tools including tyres, brakes, change inclination and atmosphere filters, and 31,000 lapsed food equipment with their expiry dates manipulated. Some 4,000 litres of sterilization jelly used in hospitals, that had lapsed dual years ago, was also seized.
Falah Al Dosari , a deputy of a Ministry of Interior during Interpol and a rapist information officer during a organisation, pronounced that a debate was carried out after prudent planning.
Information on questionable entities was done accessible by Consumer Protection Department and a General Authority of Customs and eliminated to a Arab and International Police Department – Qatar (Interpol National Center – Qatar).
“The Ministry of Interior is in consistent hold with Interpol, for all that is new and useful for a segment in ubiquitous and Qatar in particular… We might see in a destiny ‘Shaheen 2’ and ‘Shaheen 3’ on a broader informal scale and in a some-more extensive approach by a sell of information with beside countries,” pronounced a official. THE PENINSULA