Sample of the products seized by Ajman Police.
Sohaila Ahmed, Staff Reporter
Two factories in the emirate were closed this evening by DED-Ajman after 40,000 fake sanitizers worth Dhs500,000 were seized.
After the removal of the label, it was found that the original product is body spray and not a sanitizer, as promoted.
DED has withdrawn the product from outlets and ensured the market is free, in order to safeguard the health of the community.
Ahmed Khair Al Blooshi, Director of Control & Consumer Protection Department said, “A competent team of inspectors was able to reach the main supplier after tracking supply chain and to eradicate this fraud at its very core.”
“We underline that we will not put up with whomever arrogates himself to cause harm to the safety and health of community or use the increasing demand for a number of products for illicit gain. We will deter this category and stop offenders by imposing immense fines and legal sanctions,” he added.
The Ajman Police provided urgent car for an Asian worker who was suffering from symptoms of fever, cough and shortness of breath.
The suspect used to offer fake dollar bills at half of their actual value.
The excited father gave away cheques worth Dhs2,500 each to youngsters Waleed Lal Bakhsh and Shoaib Ali Asghar.
Citing the confessional statement, the investigators said he had taken his children on a motorbike to Lulliyani Canal in District Kasur. He asked his children to pose for a selfie, but suddenly, he pushed them into the canal.
At least ten people were killed in India's state of Sikkim and 82 others, including 23 army personnel, were missing after heavy rainfall caused the glacial Lhonak lake to overflow, spurring catastrophic flooding in the region on Wednesday, officials said.
Abu Dhabi Police pointed out that the entrances, including Sheikh Zayed Bridge, Sheikh Khalifa Bridge, Mussafah Bridge and Maqta Bridge are not allowed to use during morning rush hours only by large buses transporting workers.