closure of ‘Al Faya’ sandhill has been announced by Sharjah Police
Police ask residents to report such careless behavior right away. Amateur drivers were cautioned by the police to stay away from reckless driving in sandy areas as it puts their lives and the lives of others in jeopardy.
Sharjah: On Saturday, the Central Region's Al Faya neighborhood's sandhill was declared completely closed by the Sharjah Police General Command.
The decision was made because some individuals were regularly observed in the region participating in illicit activities, which frequently led to catastrophic tragedies. Their lives as well as the lives of families and other visitors to the area, particularly young people, may be in jeopardy because of this.
Authorities claimed that because some people frequently disregarded the security guidelines and directives they made during awareness campaigns, they were obliged to close the area.
Amateur drivers were cautioned by the police to stay away from reckless driving in sandy areas as it puts their lives and the lives of others in jeopardy.
In addition, police asked anyone in the community who witnesses such careless behavior to report it right away by calling the number set aside for emergencies.
Justifications for closing Sharjah's Al Faya Sand Hill
The following are the reasons behind the closure of Sharjah's Al Faya sand slope: She said that the closure happened as a result of some people disobeying the security department's guidelines and directives during the security and awareness programs that the Sharjah Police Department conducts in the central region. with the purpose of deterring careless and illegal efforts to parade and ensuring the security of families visiting the area for holiday festivities and leisure.
Police in Sharjah issue a warning to drivers
A warning from the Sharjah Police to drivers of cars The Sharjah Police Department issued a warning to amateur performers driving motor vehicles, instructing them to abide by security laws and asking community members to assist in reporting any inappropriate behavior to the designated emergency case number. This is to prevent these drivers from engaging in dangerous behavior in sandy areas that could endanger their lives as well as the lives of others. the digit 999.