[size=36]Water resources: illegal groups threaten our owners in Basra[/size]
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The Ministry of Water Resources confirmed today, Friday, that outlaw groups threatened their owners in Basra Governorate.
A statement by the Ministry, which Mawazine News received a copy of, stated, "The outlaw groups continue a series of attacks and threats against the owners of the Ministry of Water Resources, the latest of which is that a group of violators of the law threatened the Ministry's employees and employees in Basra Governorate to burn their roles as a result of performing their official duty of removing abuses." Within the campaign adopted by the ministry and with the direct support of Prime Minister Mustafa Al-Kazemi and with the support of the Supreme Judicial Council and the security forces, for the purpose of securing water for its beneficiaries in light of the water scarcity that the whole world and the region suffer from in particular, and the lack of water imports for the Tigris and Euphrates rivers.
The statement pointed out that "those outlaw groups have threatened the ministry's staff to burn their houses for lifting the abuses, represented by fish lakes that have carried out a violation in the Al-Nashwa and Al-Zariji area, which deprives the access of fresh water to the people of Basra Governorate."
For his part, the Minister of Water Resources, Engineer Mahdi Rashid Al-Hamdani, directed "the ministry's staff to continue, with determination and determination, to campaign to remove abuses of all kinds, and to file lawsuits against those transgressors who do not want good for the people of the province."
The ministry called on "the security forces and local governments to cooperate with the ministry's staff to limit those attacks that occur from time to time on the ministry's property and property." Ended 29/M99