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Ramadan in UAE: New video highlights how motorists park randomly during Taraweeh prayers

Such violations obstruct traffic flow in front of mosques



By Web Team

Published: Sun 17 Apr 2022, 6:45 PM

Last updated: Sun 17 Apr 2022, 7:10 PM

The Abu Dhabi Police have called on motorists to follow traffic rules during the holy month of Ramadan and abide by the parking law.

Authorities have released a video on their social media platforms to highlight how some motorists break the rules and randomly park vehicles in front of mosques during Taraweeh prayers.

Police have urged drivers to avoid obstructing traffic flow at the entrance and exit of mosques. Random parking on the roads also poses a danger of accidents.

The force called on the worshippers to boost positivity during the holy month of Ramadan and follow all traffic laws.

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