(MENAFN - The Peninsula) The Peninsula
DOHA: Community Police Department at the Ministry of Interior in collaboration with Overseas Nepali Forum Qatar organised a workshop to educate the representatives of Nepali expatriate community about community policing, its role and the services it provides to the community.
Qatar's labor law and other rules and regulations related to safety and security of the residents in the country were also discussed at the workshop, said a release.
The workshop entitled 'Introduction and Interaction Progamme between Community Police and Nepali Community was held at Al Rayyan Security Department recently.
The Qatar's Labour Law of 2016 of Nepali version translated by Prof Mohammed Ramzan Ali Miya, a Doha-based Nepali human rights activist and social worker, was released at the event.
The book was edited and verified and printed by Qatar Embassy to Nepal in coordination with Tribhuvan University in Kathmandu. The event was attended by 1st Lieutenant, Ali Audh Al Hubabi, Community police officer at Rayyan Security Department; Lt Col Hamed Mohammed Al Mohannadi, Head of Community Policing Affaires; Captain Thalal Munassar Al Madoor, Head of Administration; Chanak Pokhrel, President of Overseas Nepalese Forum.
Speaking at the workshop, Col Sulthan Mohammed Al Kaabi, Assistant Director for Community police department appreciated the role of Nepali community in the infrastructure development of Qatar and promised to provide all possible support to provide them a better life in the country. There are more than 400,000 Nepali expatriates in Qatar.
The representatives of Nepali Community demanded the Community Police to hold awareness programme in Nepali language. In response, an official assured that a Nepali translator will be appointed soon to remove the language barrier.
The members of Nepali community were taken to the Human Rights Department at the Ministry of Interior at the facility of the old traffic department at Madinat Khalifa to interact with the officials.
The representatives of Nepali Community were asked to educate their fellow citizens about Qatari law, rules and regulations like wearing decent dresses and those related to alcohol to ensure their safety and others in the country. A total of 100 representatives from Nepali Community attended the workshop.
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