Awareness helps rescue people during a disaster

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Balrampur. In the event of flood, fire and other divine disasters, all human beings must be self-conscious in order to help themselves. The SDRF team organized a program in Motipur Gosai Village, Haraiya Police Station, and made villagers aware of flood rescue and aid. Awareness will aid in salvation in times of divine adversity.
Regarding the awareness program, Shyam Babu, the SDRF trainer in charge, said that every year floods and fires as well as other divine disasters affect all people.
We all need to be aware of ourselves to prevent divine calamities. Villagers were trained to deal with floods, provide immediate relief, bite poisonous animals, and rescue people trapped in building collapses.
Said that in case of bites of poisonous animals should be treated to hospital immediately. Don’t fall into the trap of sweeping. A person bitten by a poisonous animal can also die if they fall into a broomstick. Haraiya Police Station Chief Inspector Satyendra Bahadur Singh recognized the efforts of the SDRF team.
Rahul Chaurasia, Rishi Kumar, Amit Kumar, Amarjeet Yadav, Dilip Kumar and Durgesh Kumar Chauhan from the SDRF team sensitized the villagers to the rescue through mock exercises. The main representatives Bholanath Verma and Deep Narayan Verma paid tribute to the work of the SDRF team.

Balrampur. In the event of flood, fire and other divine disasters, all humans need to be self-confident in order to help themselves. The SDRF team organized a program in Motipur Gosai Village, Haraiya Police Station, and made villagers aware of flood rescue and aid. Awareness will aid in salvation in times of divine adversity.

Regarding the awareness program, Shyam Babu, the SDRF trainer in charge, said that every year floods and fires as well as other divine disasters affect all people.

We all need to be aware of ourselves to prevent divine calamities. Villagers were trained to deal with floods, provide immediate relief, bite poisonous animals, and rescue people trapped in building collapses.

Said that in case of bites of poisonous animals should be treated to hospital immediately. Don’t fall into the trap of sweeping. A person bitten by a poisonous animal can also die if they fall into a broomstick. Haraiya Police Station Chief Inspector Satyendra Bahadur Singh recognized the efforts of the SDRF team.

Rahul Chaurasia, Rishi Kumar, Amit Kumar, Amarjeet Yadav, Dilip Kumar and Durgesh Kumar Chauhan from the SDRF team sensitized the villagers to the rescue through mock exercises. The main representatives Bholanath Verma and Deep Narayan Verma paid tribute to the work of the SDRF team.

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( News Source – Amar Ujala )

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