Control room set up at PM’s residence

  • rescue efforts
- POST REPORT, Kathmandu
Control room set up at PM’s residence

Aug 15, 2014-

A control room has been set up at the Prime Minister’s official residence in Baluwatar on Friday in order to ensure effectiveness and dynamism in rescue, search and rehabilitation efforts in the recent floods and landslides that killed scores of people and destroyed property worth billions of rupees.

Senior government officials, including Chief Secretary, Chief of the Army Staff, Defense Secretary, Home Secretary, Inspector General of Nepal Police and Inspector General of Armed Police Force, will report the PM about the latest status of natural calamities as well as rescue and rehabilitation efforts.

A statement issued by the PM’s private secretariat has urged the officials to provide related data and information to the control room for swiftimplementation of rescue and rehabilitation work.

 

Published: 16-08-2014 09:16

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