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Calamity prevention day at Mangaluru

Mangaluru: District office, district Home Guard, Public education department,Ffire Brigade and Emergency service department, jointly held a calamity prevention day at districts police ground.

The event was inaugurated by officer Murugan.

Later he addressed the gathering and said that, by being cautious about calamities whether man made or natural, one can prevent the possible devastation which has horrible effect on peoples’ lives.

By joining their hands with various departments in order to prevent or reduce the intensity of calamity, people can save many lives.

When compared to other countries around the world the way our people react during the time of disastrous calamities is not up to the mark. He gave example of Japan where people help others during calamities and in Kedarnath, people were busy snatching gold and money instead of helping others.

He asked people to develop the habit of helping others.

President of the event, Murali Mohan Chinturu of Home guard department said that our district is prone to calamities and is sensitive place. So one must be cautious and preventions must be taken in advance. People must be given guidance in this direction he added.

HG department Deputy commandant Ismail, Fire brigade department H.S.Varadaraj, Sadashiva Prabhu And Meena Malini were at hand.

  • Published in Mangaluru

Dr. Murali Mohan Chuntaru, new homeguard commandant

Mangaluru: Dr. Murali Mohan Chuntaru has been appointed as the district Commandant of homeguard.

He took the charge as the commandant in the office of the homeguard located in Maryhill in Mangaluru.

Speaking after taking the charge Chuntaru said he will make honest effort to solve the problem if scarcity of staff. He also stated that there is a need to make people learn about the homeguards and said will try to meet the fundamental needs of the homeguard staff.

Chief of homeguard Mohammed Ismail, V. Purushottam and others were present.
  • Published in Mangaluru
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