School children in Pakur are learning how to deal with disaster. The NDRF team is giving training to these children so that in case of emergency, the children can deal with the disaster.
Pakur: School children of the district are learning the tricks of dealing with disaster. The NDRF team is giving training along with making the children aware by reaching the high schools. During the training, the children are being told how to deal with the disaster, how to prevent snakebite and how to provide first aid to the injured.
KM Ansari, assistant sub-inspector of NDRF 9B battalion, said that the schoolgirls are being informed about the ways to deal with floods, earthquakes and typhoons. He said that along with saving one’s own life during the disaster, how to provide relief to the affected people. This information is being given so that immediate rescue and relief can be provided to the affected and suffering people.
Assistant sub-inspector told that detailed information was given to save school children from drowning in river, pond and canal, first aid to be given immediately to snakebite people, stop bleeding, rescue life and property from fire etc. He told that in the event of a disaster, if the relief and rescue teams are not able to reach, then local children can save lives and property in any emergency.
He told that the NDRF team is working at the district level to spread awareness among the people along with providing relief and rescue from the disaster. Apart from Pakur district headquarters and rural areas, students studying in high schools located in Hiranpur, Littipada, Amdapada, Maheshpur, Pakuria blocks are being made aware by the officers and personnel involved in the NDRF team. Apart from NDRF’s Shashibhushan Pandey, Santosh Kumar, Satish Kumar, Rajnath Kanaujia, teachers and teachers of the school were present in the team.