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|15 April, 2018

20 tonnes of goods seized from illegal markets in Dubai

The seized materials and goods were then destroyed by the municipality officials

Image used for illustrative purpose. A man looks at goods for sale in the spice souq in old Dubai, United Arab Emirates March 26, 2018.

Image used for illustrative purpose. A man looks at goods for sale in the spice souq in old Dubai, United Arab Emirates March 26, 2018.

REUTERS/Christopher Pike

Dubai Municipality raided 'random markets' in the city on Saturday and confiscated twenty tonnes of goods being sold there.

The seized materials and goods were then destroyed by the municipality officials.

A statement issued on Dubai Municipality's official Twitter account said that the Environmental Emergency Office at the Health and Safety Department organised a campaign on random markets in Al Quoz industrial area in coordination and cooperation with the Waste Management Department.

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The Environmental Emergency Office, in cooperation with the Waste Management Department organized a campaign on random markets in Al Quoz industrial area. During the campaign various materials & goods offered in these markets that reached 20 tons were confiscated & destroyed.

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