Golden visas granted to two girls and their grandparent after the murder of their parents in Dubai.
Updated: Nov 24, 2020
Dubai -- Lieutenant General Abdullah Khalifa Al Marri, Commander-in-Chief of Dubai Police handed over 10-year Golden Visas to two Indian business man orphan girls aged 13 and 18 and their grandparents, after their parents Murdered in Dubai.
The father was an Indian businessman who was murdered with his wife were by a Pakistani man inside their villa in Dubai during a break-in and robbery bid, the father and mother are Hiren Adhiya and Vidhi Adhiya, both in their 40s, were killed inside their villa at the Arabian Ranches.
Dubai Police has collaborated with GDRFA to issue the golden visas following efforts exerted by the CID's Victim Support Programme in cooperation with GDRFA-Dubai in following up the humanitarian situation of the orphan sisters after the death of their parents in a criminal incident. The collaborative efforts led to bringing the orphan sisters along with their grandparents from their home country to the UAE.
Dubai Police also announced the awarding of two full scholarships to the orphan girls, provided by the Canadian University Dubai and Repton School Dubai, in addition to providing accommodation for the girls and their grandparents, to ensure they enjoy a stable family environment with their grandparents to enable them to pursue their studies and obtain higher degrees.