The Sindh government will eventually start the Rescue 1122 service in Karachi on May 30. This service will provide emergency assistance to those in need.
The decision was given at a briefing held at the Sindh Secretariat on Thursday, which was chaired by Sindh Chief Secretary Dr Muhammad Sohail Rajput. According to relevant officials, the project to open the trauma center and Rescue 1122 service in Larkana will be completed by May 30.
The decision was made at a briefing conducted by Sindh Chief Secretary Dr Muhammad Sohail Rajput on Thursday at the Sindh Secretariat. The initiative to open the trauma center and Rescue 1122 service in Larkana will be finished by May 30, according to relevant officials.
The fire department would follow suite once the ambulance service was created under the Rescue 1122 service. On May 30, a fleet of 50 ambulances will begin running in Karachi as part of the Rescue 1122 service, according to Barrister Murtaza Wahab, Administrator of the Karachi Metropolitan Corporation (KMC) and Adviser to the Sindh Chief Minister on Law.
The Sindh government, he claims, decided to implement the rescue service in Karachi after strengthening the city’s civic infrastructure and transit options. According to the rescue plan, a quick response center would be built every 10 kilometers throughout the city.
In the meantime, a meeting convened by Sindh’s chief secretary decided to solicit the support of the Sindh police and Rangers to tackle wheat hoarding and smuggling in the province.