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Dy Commissioner provides rescue kits to rranined Aapda Mitras
6/1/2023 10:55:24 PM
Early Times Report

RAJOURI, June 1: Deputy Commissioner Rajouri, Vikas Kundal, took a significant step towards strengthening disaster response and preparedness by providing rescue kits to 35 highly skilled and trained ‘Aapda Mitras’ at the District Administrative Complex.
These trained volunteers have undergone rigorous training in disaster management and rescue operations, playing a vital role in ensuring the safety of residents during emergencies.
The rescue kits, consisting of essential equipment such as first aid kits, searchlights, ropes, helmets, and communication devices, will enable the ‘Aapda Mitras’ to respond effectively and assist the community in times of crisis.
Deputy Commissioner Kundal commended the dedication and commitment of the ‘Aapda Mitras’ in serving the community. He emphasized their crucial role in mitigating the impact of disasters and ensuring the well-being of the residents in Rajouri.
The distribution of these rescue kits marks a significant milestone in the district’s efforts to enhance disaster response capabilities. It reflects the administration’s commitment to building a resilient community by equipping trained individuals with the necessary resources to act promptly during emergencies.
Deputy Commissioner Kundal encouraged other community members to participate in similar training programs to strengthen the district’s disaster management framework. He reiterated the importance of community participation and collaboration in effectively addressing emergency situations and minimizing loss of life and property.
During a formal ceremony, Deputy Commissioner Kundal personally presented the rescue kits to the ‘Aapda Mitras,’ along with certificates and identity cards. Assistant Commissioner Revenue, Imran Kataria, and Account Officer Rajesh Sharma were also present at the function, showing their support for this initiative.
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