Jazan police arrest teacher for lodging repeated complaints

In this file photo, Saudi police stand guard in Jazan. (SPA)

In this file photo, Saudi police stand guard in Jazan. (SPA)

A SR500-million-project related to the Jazan police landed a teacher in hot soup.

The police accused him of continually making complaints, each time accusing the Jazan Roads Administration of corruption and foul play in one of the projects and changing routes to make trips shorter.

The Ministry of Transport got involved addressing the concerned authorities and in turn accused the complainant of wasting and taking up the time of the officals. As a result, Abu Arish Police registered an official complaint against the teacher.

The case is now nearly four-years-old, when the Transport Ministry earmarked roads that lead to the residential development complexes in Jazan at a cost of SR599 million, in addition to the consultant contract at SR5 million.

The Jazan Roads Administration issued a statement to that effect linking the gravel road to the Abu Ariesh Street and Al-Miten Way by Al-Aredha as well as paralleling Al-Khouba and seven higher intersections.

After the plan was drawn up, its execution started. The teacher made several complaints to the Transport Ministry, the Anti-Corruption Commission and other government parties. The teacher accused the contractor of wrongdoing with the project by changing the gravel road against the approved plans of the ministry and he continued to complain. In the end, they asked him to come in and accused him of wasting the time of both the ministry and the road administration.

Head of the Jazan Roads Administration Nasser Al-Hazimi said the teacher presented more than one complaint on the same residential gravel road issue and he was told more than once that there is a problem about what he was saying. He said the reason why he was called in by the police is to stop bothering the authorities concerned.


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