An Al Noor Mosque Surrounded with City Buildings at Night
An Al Noor Mosque Surrounded with City Buildings at Night - Al Sharjah, Sharjah, United Arab Emirates Abid Bin Nazar/

Sharjah Police said vehicle destruction certificates will be provided for free to individuals affected by weather-related damage in the emirate.

Brigadier Saif Al Zari Al Shamsi, Commander-in-Chief of Sharjah Police, made the announcement Sunday, noting that these certificates are available via the official channels of Sharjah Police.

Vehicle owners can obtain the certificates through the "Sharjah Police Smart App" or the official website. Al Shamsi noted that the move will support individuals during this tough phase, WAM reported.

He highlighted that teams in the field, along with everyone involved, are working together to ensure residential stability, adding that the teams are giving lots of help to families who've been affected by the floods and getting back to normal in all the cities of Sharjah.

The Commander-in-Chief of Sharjah Police stressed that citizens, residents, and visitors' safety and security are paramount and hence, they are closely working with all stakeholders to meet their national, societal, and humanitarian obligations.

On the other hand, Arada Real Estate Development Company, in collaboration with the Sharjah Social Services Department, allocated the "Nest" complex in the "Aljada" area to shelter 3,000 people affected by the recent weather conditions.

The company aims to create a supportive community environment for everyone in need and ensure that everyone can get a decent living condition until they can go back to their respective homes.

The move came after a meeting held on Sunday in Aljada City, attended by Ahmed Al-Mail, Director of the Social Services Department in Sharjah, Hessa Muhammad Al-Hammadi, Director of the Community Cohesion Department, and Khaled Al-Abdouli, Director of the Wahat Al-Rushd Centre.

The United Arab Emirates (UAE) witnessed widespread flooding across the country last week following heavy downpours. The National Center of Meteorology (NCM) later issued a weather forecast for this week, hinting at the possibility of more rain showers in the region.