SADIQABAD - The Rescue 1122 is making all-out efforts to make the society safe by timely responding to different eventualities and providing on-the-spot medical treatment to the victims.

Rescue 1122 Sub-Inspector Naveed Akhtar stated during a three-day training workshop held at Govt Degree College for Women here the other day. The workshop was organised under auspices of the college Zoology Assistant Professor Saira Bano.

On the occasion, the rescue officials taught the girl students importance of having rescue training. Rescue 1122 Sub-Inspector Naveed Akhtar urged the students to equip themselves with rescue skills besides attaining formal education. “The students should be trained about the basic rescue skills like basic life support, fire safety and emergency exit,” the SI emphasised.

Later, Saira Bano expressed gratitude to the rescue officials for their cooperation with the college administration.

INQUIRY NUMBER RESTORED: Under the directives of Railway Sukkur Division DS Ejaz Ahmed, inquiry number of Sadiqabad Railway Station has been restored.

According to official sources, during his visit to the railway station, citizens had complained about dysfunctional the inquiry number which has been remained off over the past several years. At which, the DS order, the inquiry number has been restored and the citizens now can get any information by calling on 117.