Army personnel help flood victims – Army personnel help flood victims

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Shravasti. With a view to flood prevention, a three-person team of 16 Jat Regiment visited. The team received information on the geographic location of the district and the areas affected by the flood. At the same time, the team was provided with the necessary information by the District Emergency Management Office.
In light of this information, Supplemental District Judge Yoganand Pandey said the district was very sensitive to flooding. The flood battalions of NDRF and PAC were part of the flood rescue teams in earlier years. A few days ago this year, the NDRF team also visited the district.
The flood-related mock exercise was also carried out by the NDRF team in cooperation with the disaster management of the district. Army personnel were also included in the series of flood rescue preparations. In view of the flood situation, the help of the armed forces is called upon if necessary.
On the instructions of the commanding officer, Colonel Deepak Tiwari, a team of three from the Jat Regiment Lucknow 16 visited the district on Thursday. The team consisted of Subedar Sarjit Singh, Naib Subedar Sukharam and Nayak Vikas.
After visiting the flood-affected areas of the district, he met with Disaster Management Advisor Ghaffar Humayun at the Disaster Management Office of the Collectorate. The team members asked about the villages affected by the flood, aid posts and the duties imposed on them. The role of army personnel in floods, solutions to the problems they faced in their work, etc. were discussed.
The team members were also informed of the cell phone numbers of the district officers and those responsible for flood rescue work. Team members also inquired about other agencies that engaged the NDRF and PAC for flood rescue work.
Subedar Sarjit Singh announced that the regimental personnel, under the direction of the commander, would carry out flood rescue work in neighboring districts if necessary. Where the information about relief and rescue work is received, our Jawane will immediately get there by road or, if this is not possible by air, and carry out their work. The Disaster Management Advisor said pre-flood preparations were complete.

Shravasti. With a view to flood prevention, a three-person team of 16 Jat Regiment visited. The team received information on the geographic location of the district and the areas affected by the flood. At the same time, the team was provided with the necessary information by the District Emergency Management Office.

In light of this information, Supplemental District Judge Yoganand Pandey said the district was very sensitive to flooding. The flood battalions of NDRF and PAC were part of the flood rescue teams in earlier years. A few days ago this year, the NDRF team also visited the district.

The flood-related mock exercise was also carried out by the NDRF team in cooperation with the disaster management of the district. Army members were also involved in the preparations for the flood rescue. In view of the flood situation, the help of the armed forces is called upon if necessary.

On the instructions of the commanding officer, Colonel Deepak Tiwari, a team of three from the Jat Regiment Lucknow 16 visited the district on Thursday. The team consisted of Subedar Sarjit Singh, Naib Subedar Sukharam and Nayak Vikas.

After visiting the flood-affected areas of the district, he met with Disaster Management Advisor Ghaffar Humayun at the Disaster Management Office of the Collectorate. The team members asked about the villages affected by the flood, aid posts and the duties imposed on them. The role of army personnel in floods, solutions to the problems they faced in their work, etc. were discussed.

The team members were also informed of the cell phone numbers of the district officers and those responsible for flood rescue work. Team members also inquired about other agencies that engaged the NDRF and PAC for flood rescue work.

Subedar Sarjit Singh announced that the regimental personnel, under the direction of the commander, would carry out flood rescue work in neighboring districts if necessary. Where the information about relief and rescue work is received, our Jawane will immediately get there by road or, if this is not possible by air, and carry out their work. The Disaster Management Advisor said pre-flood preparations were complete.

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( News Source – Amar Ujala )

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