Ajman Police allow Indian family to rest in patrol car to avoid searing heat
Ajman Police have helped an Indian family standing in the searing heat to conduct a PCR test for the children ahead of schools reopening.
A police patrol stopped near the PCR testing centre and asked the woman and her children to rest in the police car until they were called for the tests at the centre.
The woman was escorted to the vehicle by one of the officers.
Social media users thanked the police, and expressed their gratitude to the UAE leadership for instilling great humane values.
The police wrote on Instagram, “The Police Patrol provided assistance to an Indian family while they were outside in the heat to conduct a Covid-19 examination, by lending them the traffic patrol to rest and cool off in the vehicle.”
The woman said, “I love this country so much, today when I went to conduct COVID-19 PCR test for my kids for school's reopening. We were standing in the blazing sun… The Ajman Police officers called us to have a rest in the patrol car.
"I thanked the Ajman Police for the noble deed.”
Mayood Albuloshi wrote on Instagram, “Masha Allah”
Akbar Palur said, “Hats off to Ajman police officers…”
The video went viral, and has been shared on all social media platforms.