Home Guards Hold Rescue Operation Demonstration on Sixty First Annual Day in Metro

Report and Pics from Rons Bantwal
Daijiworld Media Network – Mumbai (RD/SP)
Mumbai, Dec 31:

Home guard personnel demonstrated their skills in rescue operations on their sixty first annual day held at Home Guard head quarters, here on Wednesday December 30.  State home minister, R R Patil, inaugurated the programme.

The students of Ganesh Maidan - Kajupada municipal school, along with Maharashtra Navanirman Sena activists, on Wednesday December 30, staged a protest at Brihanmumbai education office, here urging the department to provide toilet facilities at their schools. Deputy education officer, Anandrao Suryavanshi, assured them that toilet facilities will be provided within a week. 

Umang Singh, research scientist in Bhabha Automic Research Centre (BARC), who died in the fire that  broke out in the bio chemical laboratory at BARC on Tuesday. His father, Uday Narayan Singh, and mother, Usha Singh, arrived at J J Hospital, here on Wednesday December 30.

Children of MRCC compound were on Wednesday December 30, found to be making an effigy of Ajmal Kasab, lone survivor involved in 26/11 terror attack in the metro, for burning the same on occasion of New Year. 


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