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Civil Defence Camps Functional in the aid of Shri Amar Nath Ji Yatra 2006

Civil Defence/Homeguards & Auxiliary Police is rendering yeoman service during the performance of annual Amarnath ji yatra with dedication and devotion. Civil Defence J&K established two camps one at Baltal Srinagar and other at Lakhanpur Kathua for the assistance of the yatries

A View of Civil Defence Srinagar's Officers and their team established a Camp at Baltal Srinagar during Shri Amarnath Ji Yatra 2006

enroute w.e.f. 18th July 2005. Dy.Commissioner (Controller CD Srinagar)visited the camp site Baltal and during a meeting was full of praise for the Civil Defence organisation. Dy. Controller

A view of Civil defence Kathua’s officers and their team established a camp at Lakhanpur
during Shri Amarnath Ji Yatra 2006

Civil Defence Srinagar alongwith Chief warden also paid a visit in the camp on 21/6/06.The Civil Defence camp has been facilitated with first aid , hot water, ambulance lift, bed rest etc. Maximum yatries particularly on their way back have been found taking first aid, drinking water and even some aged personnel were given lift in the Civil defence Ambulance upto base hospital. An another camp by Civil Defence Kathua has been established at Basohli Morh Lakhanpur w.e.f 17th June 2006 under the supervision of Sh. Dhain chand chief warden civil defence Kathua. This civil defence camp also provided various facilities to Shri Amar Nath Ji Yatries.

 


Mela Kheer Bhawani

A civil defence camp was organized by the Civil Defence Srinagar on occasion of Mela

A view of visitors during Mela Khir Bhawani, at Tulmulla on 4th June 2006
The devotees of Mela Khir Bhawani at Tulmulla were offered soft drinks by Civil Defence wardens and volunteers of Srinagar

Kheer Bhawani w.e.f 3rd June to 5th June 2006. The devotees were offered soft drinks and general type of assistance which includes first aid facilities also. While visiting pandit community members hailed the role of civil defence volunteers. The higher authorities during the visit of the camp appreciated the civil defence volunteers/ staff for such dedication.

 


Civil Defence condemns blasts at Jammu bus stand

A meeting of the civil defence wardens/volunteers was held on June 12,2006 under the chairmanship of Dy.Chief warden Sh. Vinod Malhotra. Civil defence wardens condemned the blasts at Jammu bus stand. While speaking Vinod Malhotra said that it is a shameful act on part of terrorists. He also expressed his grief and sorrow over the killing of an innocent person in the blast. He further urged the Civil defence wardens/volunteers to remain vigilant to combat the activities of anti-social and anti national elements. Paramjit Deputy Chief warden also appealed the civil defence wardens and volunteers to assist the administration where and when required and to maintain the communal harmony. Prominent among those who participated were Sh.Shashi Kohli, K.Kutty, Th.Ranjit Singh besides other post wardens were also present.

 


Disaster Training by N.I.D.M.

A Training Programme on Earth Quake Risk Management and Mitigation was held at IMPA in Srinagar under the auspices of National Institute of Disaster Management, MHA from 12th of June 2006 to 16th of June 2006. An number of Civil Defence wardens participated in the programme including Sh.Mozim Bakshi Dy.Chief Warden Srinagar, Sh.Mohd Akbar Dy.Chief warden Budgam, Sh.Amir Ali Divisional warden Srinagar, Sh.Mohd Muzaffer Post warden Nowsara, Sh.Imtayz Ahmad Post warden Rainwari and Sh.Altaf Ahmad Sector warden Hafitchanir Srinagar. A valedictory function was held on 16th June 2006 in which Sh.Navin Agarwal IGP Civil Defence J&K was the chief guest. Addressing the participants he said that more people are getting killed in disasters every year as compared to deaths due to accidents, murders, terrorism & wars and therefore the preparedness and capacity building for disasters has assumed great importance. He also distributed certificates among the participants Dr.G.M.Dar Incharge Disaster Management of IMPA delivered vote of thanks.

 


Civil Defence rescue operations during Food poisoning in locality

In the intervening night of 12/13th June-2006 at 2315hrs regional Civil Defence Control Centre Jammu received a message from Suraj Singh, Civil Defence Post Warden. Bagh–i-Bahu Jammu where under he informed that in the vicinity of Bagh-i-Bahu a large number of children and adults are complaining severe Abdomen pain and frequent vomiting after they consumed local Ice cream in the late evening. The Post Warden further requested that Civil Defence Ambulance may be dispatched towards the Bagh-i-Bahu area immediately so that affected people be taken to the Hospital. At once the Civil Defence Rescue party and Civil Defence Warden Service was dispatched towards the Bagh-e-Bahu area where from all the ill/affected children and Adults were carried to SMSG/GMC Hospitals in the Civil Defence Ambulance for their immediate medical treatment. Dy.chief warden Param Jeet Kumar also reached the affected vicinity and took part in carrying out of the patients to the Hospital. As per direction of Sh. Navin Agarwal,IPS Inspector General of Police, Homeguards/Civil Defence J&K, Dy.Chief warden ,Sh. Vinod Malhotra, Sh. Param Jeet Kumar and other Civil Defence wardens under the command of Mrs. Manjit Kour, KPS, Dy.Controller Civil Defence Jammu visited the hospital and interacted with the patients, their families and hospital administration and assured the affected people for every possible help from the Civil Defence organisation. They also expressed thanks to all the people who helped the ill/affected people in carrying the patients to the hospital in time and saving precious lives of about 100 people.

 


Passing out parade at CTI Jammu

New batch of Homeguards volunteers who underwent 35 days Basic training course at

Sh.S.M.Khatotra,SSP I/c DIG HG/CD Jammu inspecting during the passing out parade of Homeguards volunteers at CTI Jammu
Sh.S.M.Khatotra,SSP I/c DIG HG/CD Jammu distributed certificates & cash reward among the volunteers

Central Training Institute of Homeguards and Civil Defence Jammu, passed out successfully on 15th June 2006. Sh.S.M.Khatotra, SSP I/c DIG Homeguards/Civil Defence Jammu was the chief guest on the occasion. He took salute and later on also distributed certificates and cash rewards among the Homeguard volunteers for their outstanding performance. Earlier I/c Principal of CTI Jammu highlighted the various activities of CTI Jammu and the training programme to be started in near future. G/M Bawa Ram No.106/T stood all round best in the training.

Chief guest in his address stressed upon the importance of quality training and expressed happiness that during training, volunteer Homeguards exhibited great dedication, devotion and hardwork.

 


Rescue operation by Civil Defence during a Road accident

The seriously injured victims of Road accident which occurred near Batota NHW on 21-06-2006 at 1700hrs were shifted from Technical Air port Jammu to GMC Hospital Jammu immediately by Civil defence rescue party of RCDCC Jammu in two civil defence ambulances. Simultaneously the wardens and volunteers service of Civil defence town Jammu were directed to attend the duty with injured passengers. The civil defence rescue party carried out 34 seriously injured persons to GMC Hospital Jammu and admitted injured in Disaster ward of the GMC hospital. The Civil defence wardens with CD volunteers reported in the GMC Hospital and immediatelyengaged with arranging the medical treatment for the injured persons with the Hospital authorities.

 


A Batch of Vol.Hgds with instructors/officials during a recent Passing out parade of vol.Hgds
at CTI Jammu

 

Civil Defence sringar in their camp site at Baltal Srinagar

A group snap of officials/warden & CD volunteers during a five days Civil defence course recently organized at CTI Srinagar

 

A group snap of football players of civil defence football team Srinagar who participated in 9th Police Martyrs Annual Football tournament held on 12th June 2006 at Bakshi stadium Srinagar