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Dubai Police have taken into custody the parents of a seven-year-old boy, who was forced to act blind and beg on the streets during the Holy Month of Ramadan.
The boy was made to beg for six hours a day.
Investigation shows that the boy, along with his sisters, was forced to beg in different parts of the emirates by his Asian parents.
According to authorities legal action will be taken against the parents.
As many as 102 beggars of various nationalities have been arrested in the “combating begging” campaign, confirmed Col. Ali Salem, Director of the Infiltrators Department at the General Department of Criminal Investigations of Dubai Police on Wednesday.
Major General Abdullah Ali Al Ghaithi, Director of Organisations Protective Security and Emergency in the Dubai Police, revealed a fine of Dhs10,000 will be imposed on owners of Ramadan tents or any home gatherings in public places or private farms and manors, stressing the importance of spacing, and taking particular care to face the coronavirus (COVID-19) epidemic, and reduce its spread.
Basiligo, a healthy restaurant and meal plan service in the UAE that puts together its meals using only fresh and organic ingredients, offers some guidelines for a wholesome lifestyle during Ramadan.
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