GUJRANWALA: Punjab Emergency Service Director General Dr Rizwan Naseer has inaugurated rescue stations in the three tehsils of Gujranwala.

The facilities at Nowshera Virkan, Kamoki and Wazirabad are meant to ensure timely provision of emergency services to the people.

Addressing the participants in the inauguration ceremony, he said two refurbished ambulances for patients had been provided at each tehsil station so that there would be no delay in rescue service. He congratulated the people of these tehsils for having the vital facility.

Regional Emergency Officer Syed Kamal Abid, District Emergency Officer Mian Rifat Zia, Head of Operations Ayaz Aslam, Head of Community Safety and Information Diba Shahnaz Akhtar, Rescue Punjab spokesperson Farooq Ahmed and others participated.

LIQUOR: The Cantonment police on Sunday arrested a suspect and recovered 1,400 litres of liquor.

SHO Shakirullah Khan said a car was going to Rawalpindi from Gujranwala. On suspicion, he said, a police team stopped the car near Chenab Gate Rahwali and found 240 litres of liquor.

Police arrested suspect Abdul Ali and registered a case against him.

Published in Dawn, April 11th, 2022

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