Haryana

HARYANA POLICE DEPLOYED TRAINED PERSONNELS TO RESCUE FROM FLOODS IN YAMUNANAGAR DISTT AS PRECAUTIONS

July 05, 2019 05:40 PM

Chandigarh (Face2News)

Haryana Police has deployed personnel who are trained in flood rescue work during ongoing monsoon season in district Yamunanagar as precautionary measure to meet any eventuality and other challenges arising in case of flood situation.

While giving this information here today, Additional Director General of Police (Law and Order), Mr Navdeep Singh Virk said that two platoon of Indian Reserve Battalion (IRB) personnel alongwith motor boats and flood rescue equipments have been provided to district Yamunanagar. He said that both the Police and civil administration are fully prepared to face any kind of situation and to ensure safety of the people.

Mr Virk said that a total of 62 Police personnel were deployed who would assist the National Disaster Response Force teams and district administration to mitigate the risk of any kind of flood situations as well as rescue and relief operations.

Each platoon has strength of 31 Police personnel including one NGO, three Head Constables and 27 Constables. Platoon Commanders will be in touch with authorities to render the all possible assistance in the time of crises. Both teams will be equipped with transport, communication and flood rescue equipments.

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