Rescue Service on Roads of Balochistan

Quetta: The information relating to the creation of the 1122 Emergency Rescue Service on roads in Balochistan were resolved at the meeting on Friday under the Public Primary Health Initiative (PPHI), a media source noted. President of the session was Chief Minister (CM) Jam Kamal Khan Alyani of Balochistan.

To that end, PKR 3.5 billion were assigned by the provincial administration. This will be used to build 25 emergency centers, including other equipment, on eight national highways. In these facilities, trained physicians will be accessible day and night. The CM notified the meeting that the first set of employees had already been trained.


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The CM also disclosed that the rescue centres process has also started within containers. Before the opening of these centres, the containers will be fitted with all necessary equipment. A total of 25 fire tenders and 50 ambulances will originally be bought for these facilities. By the end of this year the service and aid facilities of these centers will be functional.

Secretaries of the Laws, Finance and Health agencies and two regional ministers participated in the meeting.


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