Rescue 1122 activates flood monitoring cell: DG

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Staff Reporter

Lahore—Punjab Emergency Service (Rescue 1122) Director General Brig (Retd) Dr Arshad Zia Thursday activated the flood monitoring cell at its headquarters here to provide timely emergency care.
He chaired a meeting of senior rescue officers/officials at the headquarters and discussed the flood action plan in detail.
The director general was told by the Communication Wing that 50 boat operators, 10 boat, one ambulance and two boat transport trucks had additionally been deployed along with two officers, including a deputy director operation, in Chiniot and Jhang due to continuous rain and flood
situation.
He was also briefed that the Punjab Emergency Service’s Headquarters has also developed communication links with the Flood Forecasting Division and Pakistan Meteorological Department for early warning system and mechanism has been devised through which the flood monitoring cell of the Service will operate round-the-clock for early information regarding flood/ rain emergency.
He was told that 12 rescuers from other districts had been deployed in the cell to ensure availability of all out support from Rescue 1122 Headquarters.

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