Dubai. In Dubai, steps have been taken to close the long-standing imperative that during Ramadan it was necessary to cover all the restaurants with curtains during the day to keep an eye on the fasting people. Stay away from foods. The economic development department here announced the move on Sunday with the aim of promoting tourism. Government news agency WAM said, “Restaurants will be able to serve food to customers without putting curtains, etc. on it.” Earlier it was mandatory to put on curtains. ”
It said, “This new order will replace those orders issued in earlier years under which it was necessary to cover the catering portions for the fasting of the people.” Under the new rules, to serve food during the day. Now the restaurant will not even need to get a special permit as before.
In Arab countries of the Gulf, fines are imposed on eating in public during Ramadan and a man who does so can get caught in legal issues. However, Dubai is changing the rules to promote tourism.