Tuesday, October 13, 2009

Bangaloreans to train for safer city

Bangaloreans to train for safer city

Arunima Rajan. Bangalore

The Bangalore Chapter of Public Relations Council of India (PRCI), on Monday, conducted a workshop at the Al Ameen College premises to train citizens in strengthening citizen security.
Representatives of various citizen organisations, principals of colleges and students attended the civil defence workshop on Area Suraksha Mitra.
Speaking at the workshop, Jija Madhavan Harisingh, DGP, Home Guards, Civil defence & Fire Services said, "The central idea is to build a trained force through a representation from every area in the city and work towards strengthening police capability to maintain citizen security."
The workshop stressed on the need to establish working relationships with the local police and report proactively on any suspicious activity or object, or any untoward incidents. Volunteers also have to attend periodic mock drills.
"We are looking at a citizen force of around 100 in each of the 50 Civil Defence Wards," said chief warden Gen TM John (Retd).
Janaagraha is partnering the revitalisation efforts of the Civil Defence

1 Comments:

At Tuesday, October 13, 2009 at 10:21:00 PM GMT+5:30, Blogger mohan rao said...

PUBLIC SHOULD JOIN THE CIVIL DEFENCE MOVEMENT FIRST TO SAFEUARD THEMSELVES ,THEN THEIR FAMILY AND LATER THEIR FRIENDS AND NEIGHBOURERS. THIS IS GREAT OPPORTUNITY TO EVERYONE TO SERVE THE COUNTRY AND CONTRIBUTE SOETHING TO THE WELFARE OF THE SOCIETY

 

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