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March 2, 2018

Training session on fire fighting drill

Islamabad

 
March 2, 2018

Islamabad: One day training session on fire fighting: techniques and drilling was arranged by National Council of Social Welfare (NCSW) in collaboration with Capital Development Authority, says a press release.

NCSW Chairman Dr. Nadeem Shafiq Malik presided the training while Hamid Athar, Secretary General, Al-Khidmat Foundation was the chief guest.Dr. Nadeem Shafiq Malik in his address said that with the development of industrial sector and rapid growth of urbanisation in the country, fire fighting has acquired paramount importance. It is necessary to educate people imparting advance training.

Firefighters are an essential part of society who performs commendable services at every critical fire disaster. He hoped that this training will spread awareness among the people how to save lives and property. He said that the fires cannot be predicted as they occurred accidentally so it is necessary for every individual to have basic skills to save people, property and environment. This training will be helping a common man to rescue other people at time of disaster. He concluded that Pakistan is a developing country which has limited resources; therefore, it is our collective responsibility to respond at the time of any disaster within time.

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