Ambala DC Panwar announced new guidelines concerning

Humari Baat Special Report, Ambala: Every Year, storms and rains during summer harm the infrastructure and physicalities. Every year man trees falling incidents, stagnate water, and storms harm “Ambala” in many ways. Falling trees can cut electric wires while stagnating water harm roads. Moreover, it harms many other things too. This time Prashant Panwar, DC of Chandigarh called upon a meeting and made new guidelines for the officials.

Deputy Commissioner Prashat Panwar said that concerned SDMs should review flood rescue management at their level in all urban and rural areas of Ambala. He further stated that Arrangements should be made in advance so that water does not stagnate on the main roads of the city. Deputy Commissioner Prashant Panwar was giving necessary guidelines to the officials during the review meeting of flood rescue management works in the conference hall located at the Small Secretariat. He said that the concerned places should be inspected for this.


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