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50 Bachelor Accommodations in UAE Left With No Power, Water

2018/10/14 | 05:00

(Iraq Now News)- The Sharjah Municipality has disconnected utility services from 50 houses occupied by bachelors in residential areas including Al Nasiriyah, Maisaloon, Al Nabbah, Al Nahda and Al Majaz.

Speaking to Khaleej Times, Khalifah Bu Ghanem Al Suwaidi, director of the inspection operation department at the Sharjah Municipality, said the bachelors of workers category are not allowed in buildings in residential areas.

"Companies must provide accommodation to their workers in all fields in Sharjah industrial areas," he said.

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