Emirati businessman donates 100 Pajeros to Dubai Police

Dubai Police

Emirati businessman Khalaf Ahmad Al Habtoor has donated 100 Pajeros to the Dubai Police force as a mark of appreciation for their work in enhancing the safety of the community.

"Dubai is blessed with a high standard of safety and security, and I believe it is my social responsibility to join hands with the government to serve my country and its people," highlighted the Founder and Chairman of the Al Habtoor Group.

"I am proud and happy to partner with Dubai Police in enhancing the sense of safety in our country."

He met with several top Dubai Police officers when officially handing over the cars.

Commander-in-Chief of Dubai Police, Lieutenant General Abdullah Khalifa Al Marri, thanked Al Habtoor for his generous donation, adding that the SUVs will help boost police operations in the city. 

"Khalaf Al Habtoor is one of the distinguished personalities in the UAE. He has been contributing to the development of the emirates since their union with his charitable spirit and left his marks in many fields to serve the community and its people," Al Marri added.

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