Dubai Police are dispatching an anti-begging campaign to cope with the work on during Ramadan.
Brigadier Jamal Salem Al Jalaf, head of the Criminal Investigation Department (CID), said the campaign will assist with decreasing number of beggars in the emirate. “Around 842 beggars were captured in the campaign during the most recent three years. We would be expanding number of watches during the holy month across Dubai,” Brig Al Jalaf said.
“Beggars exploit individuals’ liberality, particularly during Ramadan. The campaign will be in collaboration with various government bodies.”
Colonel Ali Salem, Director of Infiltrators Department at Dubai Police, said that registered charities don’t stop for a second to help destitute citizens and occupants the same. “One will get help if their need is demonstrated. People begging in broad daylight spots and streets is totally unsuitable and deserving of law,” Col Salem said in a proclamation.
Dubai Police encouraged local area individuals not to be sympathetic with beggars however give to charities all things considered. “Individuals can report beggars on the toll-free number 901, or through the ‘Police Eye’ administration, or by means of E-Crime stage.”