Awareness programme on disaster management held
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Srinagar, Mar 31: Awareness program on role of civil defence in disaster management was held Thursday in the City.
“Scope and importance of civil defence measures, against disaster manmade or natural viz hostile attack, warfare, earthquake, flood, cyclone, snow tsunami, avalanches, fire, gas tragedies, electric shock etc were discussed during the camp organized at Battalion Headquarter Auxiliary Police Srinagar,” an official spokesperson said.
“Air raid warning system, Firefighting, First Aid, rescue operations and Civil Mock drill exhibited by CD Volunteers,” he added.
Saif-ud-Din Shah SP Divisional Commandant HG/CD Kashmir welcomed the guests and briefed them about the function which was presided over by Abdul Gani Mir IPS, DIG Kashmir Chief Guest.
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