Ministry of Interior in Sana’a: 472 organized crime gangs and 63 members of the coalition were apprehended in the past year
137 members of Al-Qaeda and ISIS were detained during the previous Hijri year, according to the Ministry of Interior in Sana’a, and seven suicide attacks were prevented in various areas under Sana’a’s authority.
Exclusive – Al-khabar Al-Yemeni:
Brigadier General Abdul-Khaleq Al-Ajri, the spokesman for the Interior Ministry, stated that their security services had apprehended “63 members assigned by the aggression to monitor the movements of the army and security forces, as well as 472 organized criminal gangs engaged in various crimes.”
He mentioned that “214 explosive devices, which al-Qaeda and ISIS prepared to target civilians, were seized,” while “two thousand and 784 accused involved in drug trafficking and promotion were apprehended.” Additionally, he noted that “2,997,281,” including boxes, tapes, and syringes, had been seized by Sana’a security forces and were coming from areas controlled by the coalition and its factions.
As well as “seven thousand and 134 operations to seize and recover stolen items, hand them over to their owners, and seize 202 crimes of document and certificate forgery,” the Sana’a security services also seized “eighty-six thousand and 320 parcels and envelopes containing fertilizers and agricultural pesticides, smuggled and prohibited from being used, as well as 431 shipments of smuggled foodstuffs and 47 expired shipments, in addition to the seizure of large quantities of smuggled goods, which are prohibited from being imported.