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IGP HG/CD & Aux. Police J&K held an Introductory meeting with Civil Defence Wardens At RCDCC Jammu


Jammu, November 13th: A meeting of Civil Defence Wardens was convened on 12-11-08 at 11:30 hrs. in the conference hall of RCDCC Jammu under the chairmanship of Sh.Dilbag Singh, IPS, IGP HG/CD & Aux.Police J&K-Jammu. The Dy.Inspector General of Police HG/CD & Aux. Police Jammu, Commandant Aux. Police 2nd Bn.Jammu and Dy.Controller Civil Defence Jammu amongst Chief Warden, Dy.Chief Wardens, Divisional Wardens, Dy.Divisional Wardens, Post Wardens, Dy.Post Wardens and Sector Wardens attended the meeting. The aim of the meeting was to have interaction with the CD wardens and to discuss the relevant issues and also to discuss preparedness for coming Raising Day of Homeguards/Civil Defence J&K.

Sh.Dilbag Singh,IPS, IGP, HG/CD & Aux.Police J&K-Jammu interacting with the Civil Defence Wardens at RCDCC Jammu
A view of sernior officer and Civil Defence Wardens during a Civil Defence wardens meeting at RCDCC Jammu

At the outset of meeting, Sh.Jugal Mahajan, Chief Warden welcomed all the participants, introduced wardens and highlighted the role and significant activities done by the wardens in the past.

During the meeting the CD wardens were briefed to work in a team spirit in order to strengthen the activities of Wardens Service. They were ensured that the directions and assistance required from the Directorate side shall be provided on merit.

The following points were discussed in the meeting in length :-

  1. It was discussed and decided that the record of Civil Defence volunteers will be updated in the near future for which a proforma containing the information regarding each Civil Defence Volunteer shall be collected and compiled in a computer.
  2. The Central Training Institute will be established at Amb Ghrota (Kaink) where land is being acquired and various trainings shall be imparted in the CTI when it comes up.
  3. A group Mobile Service among CD wardens shall be considered for introduction in the Civil Defence.
  4. Advanced equipments for disaster management shall be procured as per the indents/requirements projected by the lower formations, to meet the disasters like earthquake, floods etc.
  5. Fire fighting teams of Civil Defence mayl be prepared for providing services in those tight areas where fire tenders of Fire Emergency Service can not reach.
  6. The wardens were assigned the job for making the raising day/Sports function of Homeguards/Civil Defence in a success.
  7. It was also felt that a voluntary fund needs to be raised in Civil Defence in order to meet the day-to-day requirements during incidents. The wardens were asked to come up with a proposal.
  8. The arrangements for Raising Day, the sport events, cultural programme, bara-khanna etc. were also discussed a length and the assignment were given to the officers/CD wardens.
  9. Regarding providing of Ambulance for shifting of patient out of the state, it was decided that during emergency Ambulance services shall be provided and fuel expenditures for to & fro journey will be borne by the attendant.
  10. Identity cards to the Civil Defence Wardens has already been issued. Those Civil Defence Wardens who are not in possession of Identity Cards will approach Dy.Controller Civil Defence Jammu for the same.
  11. Sh.Alok Nanda, Post Warden of CD Jammu town requested for conducting shooting competition. In this regard all interested CD wardens who are in possession of weapon license were asked to submit their nomination to Commandant Aux.Police 2nd Bn. Jammu.

At the end of the meeting the Civil Defence Wardens and the officers of this organisation were advised to make the celebration of Homeguards/Civil Defence Raising Day & Sports Meet a success.

The meeting was concluded with the words of thanks presented by Sh.Jugal Mahajan, Chief Warden Civil Defence Jammu.