Over a period of three years an Arab woman in her 30s committed 414 traffic violations amounted at Dhs247,490 most of which were for speed violations.
The Dubai Police have confiscated 348 cars and 108 motorcycles for violating traffic laws such as heavily modifying cars with power boosters to increase the engine speed, and being a nuisance to residents.
Two Asian drivers, aged 29 and 24, were arrested and prosecuted by Dubai courts for embezzling Dhs21,000 by using the taxi for personal gain.
In its report, the ADAFSA stated that the closure decision came due to the facility’s failure to abide by the conditions and requirements related to health and food safety repeatedly.
In line with Dubai Government’s Paperless Strategy and its keenness to provide smart services, Roads and Transport Authority (RTA) decided to cease the issuance of printed tickets in respect of vehicle violations in Dubai.
Investigation by CCCP revealed that the office had promised investors with assistance in obtaining UAE citizenship, provided the applicant had no less than Dhs100 million in wealth and paid $10,000 as processing fee for the application.
Overall, the inspections found 773 commercial establishments fully complied with the guidelines. The violating outlets were involved in garments trading, money exchange, document processing, mobile phones trading and general trading.
The Dubai Police have arrested the general manager of a tourism company, its marketing director, and a DJ for organising a party for more than 100 guests in a closed place.
Over two months, the Abu Dhabi Police (ADP), Tourism Section, registered 1,672 violations against people for not adhering to the precautionary measures aimed at reducing the spread of coronavirus, COVID-19, in shopping malls and beaches.
The violations were spotted across various commercial centres, and shops in the International City and Bada’a, including retail stores and a grocery as well as outlets trading in building materials and ready-made garments.