Pehle Railway ab hai Emergency Service Sector ki bari. Pakistan’s largest humanitarian service provider rescue 1122 is going to be launched in Punjab on a big scale. Rescue 1122, initially launched as the emergency service in Lahore, later on, it was extended to all the districts of Punjab. Matlab, rescue 1122 thi phir hamain itni nazar kyun nahien ai. This is because it operated on district level and each ambulance had to cover a lot of territory to address the emergency. This rendered the whole service almost ineffective and slow. Aksar hum suntay hain rescue kay waqt par na pohnchnay ki waja say surat e haal aur kharaab hogai. Whenever we come across news of people dying because the ambulance couldn’t reach the victim or couldn’t reach the hospital in time ached our hearts. Nevertheless, Punjab mein tabdeeli aa nahi rahi tabdeeli agai hai- ab rescue 1122 Punjab kay 79 tehsil mein.
Isn’t it amazing news to start your day with?
Sardar Usman Buzdar, Chief Minister of Punjab, inaugurated the launch of Phased Rescue 1122 service. The inauguration was followed by CM handing over the keys of 22 ambulances to 11 emergency officers of 11 tehsils. Hence, marking the start of the first phase. To make this service more effective, he also announced promotions for the rescue officers. This was needed as emergency providers must be compensated accordingly.
It is said that by June 2022 all 79 tehsils of Punjab will get their own rescue 1122 stations. Along with these 2 ambulances, a staff of 29 would be allotted to each tehsil-based rescue station. As per this project, rescue 1122 has already been operating in tehsils of Narang Mandi, Nowshera Virkan, Sharaqpur Sharif, Quaidabad, Safdarabad, Nurpur, Kahror Pakka, Pindi Bhattian, Renala Khurd, Jalalpur Pirwala, and Darya Khan. Akhir ye hui na asali kamyaabi. The state always progresses if the fundamental human rights of the citizens are guaranteed.
Sab se bari tabdeeli tou ap nay suni he nahien….
CM Buzdar also said that soon an air ambulance service would be launched. It will make Punjab the first province to use this service to deliver emergency aid to the distant areas. This is indeed a huge success.
We hope that such steps are taken to ensure the welfare of the people and access to such services is not delayed.