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Hearded of Bike ambulance! Launched unique ambulance service in MP

by Rishika Choudhury

Date & Time: Nov 02, 2022 8:00 AM

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CRPF has launched unique bike ambulance amidst their anti maoist in Madhya Pradesh, intended at providing basic healthcare facilities to those living in jungle areas of Balaghat region.

Medical teams, accompanied by well armed security personnel ride their motorcycle to help the sick and injured in remotest village the area district in neighbouring 
chhattisgarh and Maharashtra.

Commandant of the 123th CRPF battalion Sudhir Kumar who had launched these bikes in Bastar region, said that bikes were initially a given a few years back for anti naxal patrols as four wheeler were easy for the ultras to target.

"As we know that people living in remote and dense jungle areas struggle to receive medical services, therefore, we decided to utilise these bikes to provide medical aid to them," Kumar added.

He further informed that a field surgical team, comprising a doctor, a paramedic and an assistant, are part of the bike ambulance team. "They would visit the villages either as part of a patrol or called by the villagers in need. If needed, these bike ambulances would rush the patients to hospitals," said the officer.

The initiative has also come a step towards widening the CRPF's civic action work that is traditionally conducted to befriend the locals by providing household items to them using government funds.

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