Have a habit of drying clothes on the porch? Change it immediately, otherwise you will have to pay a fine here

Dubai: It is obligatory for some to hang clothes on the verandah and it is a habit for others. But now those who do this in Dubai will have to pay heavy fines. The Dubai administration has introduced some new rules to keep the city clean. The Dubai Municipality has said that people should not dry clothes on their verandas or windows or put bird feeders on the verandas. If anyone does so, action will be taken against him.

Cigarette smokers are also wary

The Dubai Municipality has warned those who smoke on the verandah. If someone smokes a cigarette on the porch and his ashes fall off, he will also have to pay a fine. The municipality says steps are being taken to keep the city clean and beautiful. The administration has urged people not to abuse the balcony of their apartments.

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Under no circumstances should the porch look ugly

The Dubai Municipality has posted information on the new guidelines on its social media handle. Where it is said that people should not do things that would make their porch look ugly and they should take action. In a tweet, the municipality wrote, “Dubai Municipality urges all UAE residents to refrain from disturbing the beauty and civilized nature of the city in order to raise community awareness about environmental requirements and values.”

Prohibited to do

The Dubai Municipality also reported abuse of the verandah in its tweet, for which the person concerned could be fined. These include drying clothes on the porch or window sill, throwing away cigarettes or cigarette ashes from the porch, throwing garbage down the porch, falling under water or falling under AC water while washing the porch, feeding the birds. Installing satellite dishes or any type of antenna on the balcony.

If you break the rules, you will have to pay so much fine

The municipality has made it clear that those who violate the rules will also be fined. Offenders may have to pay 500 to 1,500 dirhams. Speaking of Indian currency, those who break the rules will have to pay a fine of Rs 10,000 to Rs 30,000. It is noteworthy that in 2018, the Gulf country Kuwait also made the same rules for its citizens. Similarly, the southern state of Bahrain imposed such a ban when some residents complained that drying underwear on the verandah was provocative, insulting and shameful.


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