Doha Municipality’s General Control Department carried out 2,180 inspection tours during July. A total of 812 abandoned vehicles were spotted and 137 removed. While 498 violation reports were resolved in reconciliation, 22 others were referred to the security department concerned to take the necessary legal procedures against the violators. During July, as many as 2,858 violation reports and signed affidavits were issued, 55 related complaints received. In addition, four inspection tours were carried out, including one with the Ministry of Interior, covering various areas in Doha. A campaign was also jointly conducted with the Committee to remove abandoned vehicles at the Industrial Area.
LEAVE A COMMENT Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked*
Amir sends greetings to governor-general of Saint Kitts and Nevis
Helpline set up to support Alzheimer’s patients, carers
'Qatar policy based on solidarity, co-operation'
17 HBKU College of Science and Engineering students receive QNRF scholarship
New Jaguar F-PACE: 'Luxurious, connected, electrified'
MoI warns against 'bank card blocking' fraud
Tamuq offers virtual robotics programme for school students
QLM Insurance expands global medical network
Barwa Real Estate, QU sign collaboration pact