Nagaland Police MI Room in Delhi refurbished & upgraded with oxygen concentrator

Nagaland Police MI Room in Delhi refurbished & upgraded with oxygen concentrator

Kohima, May 24 (NEx): The Medical Infirmary (MI) Room at the Nagaland Police camp at Wazirabad in Delhi has been extensively refurbished and upgraded into a 6 (six) oxygen bedded infirmary.

The Officers and personnel of Nagaland Police posted at New Delhi are elated and expressed their gratitude to Shri. T. John Longkumer, IPS – The Director General of Police, Nagaland for the financial assistance of Rs. 2.5 lakhs for the project; Shri. Teisovise Metha, NPS – the President of the Nagaland Police Service Association (NPSA) and their colleagues for the financial assistance of Rs.1 lakh to purchase and import oxygen concentrator and other materials; Shri. Wennyie Konyak,NCS- the Deputy Resident Commissioner, GoN, New Delhi for bearing the cost of the purchase and import of 10 oxygen cylinders amounting to Rs.1.6 lakhs; Shri. Kuhovi Sema, NPS- Commandant 8th NAP Bn & Camp Commandant, Camp Wazirabad for the financial assistance and guidance.

A small prayer meeting was held at Camp Wazirabad on May 24, 2021 with Shri. Wennyie Konyak, NCS- DRC, GoN, New Delhi as the special guest to dedicate the MI Room for the welfare of the Nagaland Police personnel. Shri. Shouka Kakheto, NPS & Camp 2ic speaking on the occasion highlighted the various works undertaken such as purchase of hospital beds, furniture, PPE equipments, medical equipments, life saving drugs, re- electrification works, carpeting and other refurbishments.

He highlighted that the project started under the directions of the PHQ but was scaled up with help coming in from various quarters.The Camp 2ic who is also the General Secretary of the NPSA mentioned that the financial assistance provided by the Association for the project is on behalf of all the NPS officers and in commemoration of the Golden Jubilee year falling this year.

With the facilities now available, the infirmary has the capacity to further be upgraded to a 12 oxygen bedded infirmary if the need arises. Further, the Unit ambulance has also been upgraded into an oxygen equipped ambulance.

The need to undertake this project on war footing was necessitated by the grim situation of the COVID-19 pandemic affecting New Delhi and to ensure that the Nagaland Police personnel were not deprived of required health facilities.

The Camp 2ic expressed gratitude to the special guest for his generous gesture and assured all assistance of the Nagaland Police.

The occasion also marked the distribution of First Aid pouches, containing medicines and supplements for all static guard posts of the Nagaland Police deployed in New Delhi.