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Advisor to CM Sindh on Rehabilitation Haji Rasul Bux Chandio performing the inauguration of construction of 1122 station at Badin

The establishment of emergency service 1122 station in Distt Badin is a milestone achievement and indicates the commitment of Sind Govt to combat the disasters to ensure a safer and risk-free living to the inhabitants in the whole province, said the advisor to CM Sindh for Relief and Rehabilitation Haji Rasul Bux Chandio while performing the ground breaking ceremony to start the construction of new
building to house the 1122 service in its new premises in Badin. He said that provision of this service to a far-flung area like Badin is a proof enough that the Sindh govt is serious in achieving this goal.
The advisor said that the ambulance service is already operating in 29 districts of Sindh while the emergency service for accidents, building collapse and fire is being provided at six divisional headquarters along with the ambulance
service. While appreciating the role of Rescue Service, the advisor said that it has always stood the test of time in providing medical and emergency service in a very efficient manner. He informed that sixteen satellite stations would also be
established on motor ways and highways to handle the emergency situations and every station would be located at a distance of fifty kilometers.
Special Assistant to CM Sindh Pir Noor ullah Qureshi also spoke on the occasion and said that health service provided in Sindh is unmatchable .
Earlier welcoming the advisor, the Director 1122 Rescue Service Dr  Abid Jalal highlighted the objectives of the Service and said that it has helped insaving the lives of people. He informed that thirteen more districts would be added for providing Rescue Service to implement the broad vision of the Govt to
provide a safer life.
The service station at Badin would have an estimated cost of RS 250 million and completed in one year. The Badin Station is already operational with five ambulance vehicles along with the staffers and after the completion of new premises, the
emergency rescue service would also be provided, he added. The ambulance service would be available to all the inhabitants free of cost and immediately cater to the caller without any delay
Sheraz Latif
(Communication Advisor) SFERP

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