Relief material sent to Kashmir Valley by district police Ramban
Jammu: District Police Ramban today dispatched relief to the flood victims in Kashmir. The relief included dry ration, water and medicines worth lacs of rupees which include anti-biotic, anti-allergies, insulin, fluids and pain killers. Today a team of Police Officers under the charge of Inspector Ajay Chib, SHO PS Chanderkot were sent to Srinagar where they shall be distributing relief material amongst the victims of flood. Meanwhile till date, 36,700 flood hit victims belonging to the different states of country have been rescued and sent back to their homes. Earlier NHW at Ramsoo was restored in record time and so far the district administration has managed the safe rescue and travel of about hit victims of other states of India. The relief Camps have been established in Gool town, Banihal, Ramsoo, Ramban and Batote. A high alert has been maintained on NHW 1A and all police personnel deployed on the NHW are instructed strictly to avoid Jamming and extend all possible support to vehicles particularly carrying relief and rehabilitation material to Kashmir.