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Dubai Police honors Pakistani expat for controlling traffic

Abbas Khan expressed his satisfaction on Dubai Traffic Police recognizing his good deed and honoring him.

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Dubai Police honors the Pakistani expat who controlled the traffic in the absence of the traffic police. Lieutenant General Abdullah Khalifa Al Marri, Commander-in-chief of Dubai Police honored Pakistani national Abbas Khan Bhatti Khan for managing the traffic in the viral video.

A video of Abbas Khan circulated on social media in which he was seen taking responsibility to control the traffic at an intersection in Dubai. Dubai Police shared his video and appreciated him for his service on its official Twitter account.

“H. E. Lieutenant General Abdullah Khalifa Al Marri, Commander-in-Chief of #DubaiPolice, honored Abbas Khan Bhatti Khan, a Pakistani national, for his contribution to regulating traffic flow at a Dubai intersection and ensuring traffic safety until the arrival of police patrols,” said Dubai Police in its tweet.

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Meanwhile, Abbas Khan expressed his satisfaction on Dubai Traffic Police recognizing his good deed and honoring him.

The felicitation ceremony took place in the presence of Major General Saif Muhair Al Mazroui, Director of the General Department of Traffic at Dubai Police, and several other police officers.

“The quick action of Abbas Khan reflected his commitment towards the community and contributed to enhancing public safety for road users,” Al Marri said.

Abbas Khan expressed satisfaction over Dubai Police acknowledging his efforts. The ceremony was held in the presence of Major General Saif Muhair Al Mazroui, Director of the General Department of Traffic Police, and other officers.

A TikTok Hasan Naqvi first posted his video. The caption of the video read, “An act of kindness by a resident of Dubai.” He then posted another video of Abbas Khan in which he was heard saying, “I did not do this for fame or money. It was my humanitarian duty and I did it for the sake of God. I thank the Dubai Police for the award and honor.”