DIG Visited Civil Defence Town Sunderbani & Nowshera
Jammu, April 12th: A meeting of Civil Defence wardens and volunteers held on 9th April 2008 in Civil Defence Control Centre Sunderbani under the chairmanship of Dr.Kamal Saini, IPS Dy.Inspector General of Police, Homeguards/Civil Defence & Aux. Police Jammu.
At the outset of the meeting Smt.Vimla Sharma, Dy. Divisional Warden CD town Sunderbani highlighted the achievements and CD activities of the town. The Civil Defence wardens of the town put forth a joint report regarding the requirement of various Civil Defence items and also requested for the posting of Dy.Controller at CD town Rajouri. Some of their grievances were redressed on the spot.
At the end of the meeting, the wardens were asked to perform Civil Defence duties selflessly, dedicatedly and transparently so as to make the warden service examplary.
On the same day, similar meeting was held in Civil Defence Control Center Nowshera, in which Sh.Rajinder Parsad Damral, Dy.Divisional Warden Nowshera highlighted the activities and achievements made by the warden service of the town. Requirement of Rescue vehicle and other Civil Defence items came out during the meeting which were discussed at length and disposed off on the merit. Dr.Kamal Saini, IPS advised the participants to take keen interest in strengthening the Civil Defence activities in the town. They were also asked to organise more and more Civil Defence awareness
camps so that the people understand the role and use of the Civil Defence at the time of Disasters and other calamities.
Among others present on the occasion were Sh.K.K.Langer Chief Warden Rajouri, Sh.Ab.Rashid Bhat, Dy.Chief Warden Rajouri, Sh.Raghbir Singh, Dy.Post Warden Nowshera, Sector wardens Nowshera Sh.Mohd Hussain, Sh.Sanjeev Bakshi, Deepak Kumar, Sh.Suraj Singh, Sh.Sushil Gupta and Sector wardens Sunderabani, Sh. Navneet Gupta, Sh.S.K.Gupta, Sh.Ravi Naresh, Dr.Joginder Bushay and Sh.Dev Raj.
Dr.Kamal Saini, IPS DIG HG/CD & Aux. Police Jammu also visited Civil Defence town Akhnoor on April 7th, 2008. DIG held a meeting with Civil Defence wardens and also gave on spot instructions regarding redressal of their grievances. He called upon them to strengthen Civil Defence activities in the town. With regard to the enrollment policy, directions were given that only interested persons who have undergone basic Civil Defence training as a volunteer may be proposed for enrollment as CD warden.