Mohammed Parvez Alam, the 15-year-old Indian boy, whose story gripped the nation for the past 16 days, has been found safe in Ajman.
Traffic and Patrol Department of Ajman Police arrested a 19-year-old for driving recklessly at Al Rawdah.
The Ajman Police Academy of the Ajman Police General Headquarters has launched the initiative “Health Platform” in an attempt to improve the health of its officers and raise their awareness about methods of healthy habits. Achieving a high level of customer satisfaction is also an aim of the Ajman Police, in order to successfully achieve the strategic goal of the Ministry of Interior based on providing high-standard services.
The excited father gave away cheques worth Dhs2,500 each to youngsters Waleed Lal Bakhsh and Shoaib Ali Asghar.
According to Lieutenant Colonel Yahya Khalaf Al Matroushi, Head of Al Hamidiya Comprehensive Police Station, the traffic patrol found the lost boy during its evening inspection tour in Al Rawda.
Lt. Colonel Saif Abdullah Al Falasi, Director of the Traffic and Patrols Administration, stated that traffic was flawless on all local roads during Eid Al Adha, due to the work of 45 traffic patrols during this period, which decreased the rate of accidents by 17 per cent, compared to the same period last year.
The Abu Dhabi Police, in cooperation with the Sharjah Police and the Ajman Police, have seized three gangs of 25 Asians for involvement in phone scam crimes through which they were able to cheat their victims and seize their savings in fraudulent ways.