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Ajman Police deny false allegations of GCC suspect
By Lina Abdel Rahman February 09, 2018
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AJMAN: Ajman Police denied the allegations made by a GCC person of determination, who posted a video alleging that he was attacked and mistreated by the drugs combating department of Ajman Police.

Lieutenant Colonel Seif Khalifa Al Muhairi, Director of the drugs combating department, denied the delusional claims by the man, H.A, that were posted on various social media about being mistreated by Ajman Police officials.

Lt.Colonel Al Muhairi clarified, “This allegation is nothing related to the truth and carries no accuracy. We received a notification reporting that a man was seen roaming unconsciously between painting and construction shops in the Al Humaideya area of Ajman. Based on the complaint, a team from the anti- narcotics department rushed to the location where the man was reported to have been behaving in an abnormal manner. On arriving, we noticed the man moving between shops and it seemed like he was mentally imbalanced. On approaching and talking to him, we noticed that he was not very aware and was unable to speak properly. Further, we did not find any ID or documents to attain details about him neither did he have money.”

Lt Colonel Al Muhairi noted that, on asking why he came to this area, the man said that he wanted to buy paints. We respectfully and courteously took him to the drugs combating department, to attain more details about him and the reason for his behaviour.

Lt.Colonel Al Muhairi continued, “We assisted him and treated him in the best possible manner. Fifteen minutes post his arrival at the police centre, his brother who was notified about his sibling arrived. The brother explained that the man sometimes loses balance and awareness, as a result of an accident. Further, he stated that the man has a determination ability card.” Lt. Colonel Al Muhairi dismissed the rumours that were circulating in social media alleging that the man was mistreated by the police. “This is absolutely wrong and inaccurate. We treated him properly, and were respectful to him. Further, he hardly stayed with us for 15 minutes.

“We are committed to serve the community with complete respect and proficiency as per the instructions set by the Ministry of Interior, therefore we treated him with respect inside and outside the police centre. Further, there was noting compelling us to mistreat or abuse him. His social media allegations are absolutely untrue.  We urge the community members to not believe or spread any false allegations or information, especially about the police departments, before confirming their accuracy. Our main mission is to serve the community in the best possible manner and ensure its safety.”

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