Brave Pakistani expat honoured by police in UAE
He hoped his act would motivate others to help the police.
An Asian expat in UAE was honoured by the police for his act of bravery.
In a statement issued by Sharjah Police on Tuesday, a Pakistani man was honoured for helping the police arrest a wanted person.
The police posted a picture of the brave man on social media as he was being honoured by Brigadier Abdullah Mubarak Bin Amir, Deputy General Commander of Sharjah Police.
The Pakistani man was identified as Muzaffar Hussain Nathar.
Muzaffar was recognised for his act of bravery as he informed the police and followed a wanted robber, until the police arrived at the scene and arrested him.
Such behavior represents the positive role of the society members, Brigadier Amir said.
Muzaffar thanked the police for the honour, adding that he hope his act motivates others to cooperate with the police.
Reem bint Ibrahim Al Hashemy calls for the international community to ... READ MORE
They were unqualified job seekers carrying dummy return flight... READ MORE
Eight Dubai businesses committed violations and 78 have been warned. READ MORE
CBUAE's new regulations will come into effect from October 28. READ MORE
UAE, Israel sign Memorandum of Understanding on mutual entry visa... READ MORE
The Dubai hub will allow the air cargo carrier to fly in vaccines... READ MORE
'The civil defence team has evacuated the entire area' READ MORE
"We invite the UAE and the world to invest in our growth story," says ... READ MORE