UAE PM Mohammed Al-Maktoum renames Al Minhad as ‘Hind City’


Abu Dhabi – The Prime Minister of the UAE Sheikh Mohammed bin Rashid Al Maktoum renamed the Al Minhad neighborhood and its surrounding areas as ‘Hind City’ on Sunday, the Emirates’ official news agency WAM reported.

There are residences for UAE citizens within the city’s four zones.

WAM reported, “The city includes four zones–Hind 1, Hind 2, Hind 3, and Hind 4–and spans an area of 83.9km”. The city is connected by key roadways such as Emirates Road, Dubai-Al Ain Road, and Jebel Ali-Lehbab Road.

Important thoroughfares include Emirates Road, Dubai-Al Ain Road, and Jebel Ali-Lehbab Road connect the city.

In compliance with the directives of the Dubai Ruler, the Al Minhad region and its neighboring lands have been renamed ‘Hind City’.

The fact that something has been renamed before in Dubai is noteworthy. Prior to 2010, Late. Sheikh Khalifa Bin Zayed Al Nahyan, the President of the United Arab Emirates and Ruler of Abu Dhabi, had Burj Dubai renamed as Burj Khalifa.

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