Tuesday, May 13, 2014

FIF to launch free rescue services in Multan from June 1

MULTAN-The Falah-e-Insaniyat Foundation (FIF) is going to launch a free Rescue Service in Multan from June 1, under which free ambulance and other services will be offered to the citizens. The FIF will set up rescue centres across the city where volunteers will be available round the clock for emergency support.
The district in-charge of FIF Sheikh Rashid Ahmad disclosed that the volunteers were being imparted training of diving, fire fighting, first aid and civil defence to cope with emergencies and natural calamities. He said that besides ambulances, the emergency centres of the FIF would be equipped with motorboats and all other emergency equipment. He added that information and guidance desks would be set up at all big hospitals that would guide the patients and their relatives coming from outside Multan. He disclosed that the FIF would supply free food to the patients.
He said that the FIF strived hard to serve the humanity and steps were being taken to establish a rescue centre after every 40-km from Khybar to Karachi

No comments:

Post a Comment