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INTRODUCTION OF THE DISTRICT

                    As regards topographical situation of this district total area of the district is 3983 sqr. Km. Total population of this district is 1537117 as per census 2001.  Headquarter of this district is situated at Hisar. Whole district is divided in two sub Division namely Hisar and Hansi.  There are Ten Police stations, four Tehsil namely Hisar, Hansi, Adampur, Narnaund and three sub Tehsils i.e. Barwala, Uklana and Bass.  This district comprises of 275 villages.  This district is surrounded by State/District boundaries by Rohtak & Jind districts in the east, Fatehabad & Sirsa in the north side, district Bhiwani and some area of Rajasthan State in the south and Hanumangarh district (Tehsil Bhadra), Churu District (Tehsil Rajgarh/Sadulpur) of Rajasthan in the west.  This district is located in the semi arid track at a latitude of 2910 and a longitude of 75 46 in the sub tropical zone.  The dust storm and hot waves keep coming in this district from surrounding area of Rajas than State.  In the past years there was not been Hazard expose of major disaster except flood due to heavy rains in the year i.e. 1962, 1976-77, 1988, 1993, 1995 and 1998 witnessed unprecedented floods.

 

PREDICTABILITY, FORECASING AND WARNING

                    One expects an actionable warning to be available for a natural disaster and that too with a reasonable lead-time.  But a warning can be generated only if a dependable forecast is made available in time to the authority empowered to issue warnings.  However the concerned Scientist or the designated scientific agency can attempt a forecast only if (and to the extend) the related hazard is predictable i.e. how well the science behind the hazardous phenomenon is understood. If a hazardous phenomenon has an inherent predictability, the next step viz. forecasting has to be done by the competent authority/ agency, which has to be responsible as well as accountable.  Forecast has to be worded clearly and communicated quickly to the user and warning authorities.  Once forecast is available, it has to be converted quickly into the area specific and user-specific warnings, which should reach the end users (including the media and the general public) as fast as possible.  Thus a warning can only be issued on the basis of credible forecast and a disaster can be forecast only if it has an inherent predictability about it. 

IMPLEMENTATION OF STANDARD OPERATING PLAN

          In case of natural calamity such as Earth Quakes. Sand Storm/ Hail storms Fires Transport related accidents like air crash, train accidents & road accidents Industrial accidents Epidemics. Collapse of Building and terrorist attack. The roll of Police Department is very important. The primary duty of Police department is to maintain law and order after disaster. The District Superintendent of Police will be commanding officer of the Disaster team and consultation with the District Magistrate will implement the Standard operating plan. Serious necessary steps will be taken to ensure the smooth supply of essential commodities such as drinking water, medical relief, and electricity and telephone facilities. The plan can be implemented as precautionary measures as well as making arrangement of food, shelter, save life, medical relief and other essential items needed by victims. They assist other departments in restoring normal and in maintaining regular traffic.  They have to help in carrying injured persons to hospital/ health centers.  They keep a close watch at the disaster site.  They give full security to the property at disaster site.  They have to make list of dead person and identify the person after making panchnama they have to send the dead body to Hospitals for postmortem. All operations of police department are carried under the supervision of S.S.P. Hisar.

The vulnerable points will be closely guarded. The arrangements will be made for transport and police escort for the evacuation of effected population from the places where the tension is visible. The sufficient force will be deployed on Railway, bridges, Canals Bridge etc. The District Superintendent of Police has already established special barriers/nakas at the following places

 

DISTRICT CONTROL- ROOM.

The police control room is located on 2nd floor in the mini secretarial, Hisar. A Control room under the charge of a Gazetted officer is setup in district police office to work round the clock during the Disaster/emergency. Emergency telephone Nos. 01662- 237150, 01662- 232307, 01662-233198, 01662-232663 and 100 of BSNL have already been installed there. Detailed instructions in the form of an order. Would always be available in the control room for the guidance of NGO and other rank working there. Minute-to-Minute record of all messages received in the control room and action taken there upon and also of the order issued from the control room shall be maintained in a register. Satisfactory conveyance arrangement for carrying messengers/orders from and to the control room have been made. The lodging arrangements for the staff working there have also been made in the close vicinity of the control room. Wireless sets, POLNET and WAN system have been set up in the control room. The disaster information should immediately pass on to the public with the public address system installed at Mandir/Gurudawara and it is the major responsibility of the District Police control Room to coordinate with Police Stations, Police Post, District administration, cable network, Media cell, telephone system, coordinator of the sector officer, local news papers, Radio & TV Station, and Panchayats.  Information of early warning system may also be communicated to area Defence Control Room for immediate preparedness for the rescue operation at the disaster site.  In the early warning system as and when such information is received in the District Police Control Room regarding any kind of Disaster the actual information will be given to the Police HQ. District/State Authorities, such information will also pass to the other related departments of district headquarter to move immediately to the disaster site along with rescue equipments and other items to save the life and property.  To adopt the early warning system it is essential for the Police Control Room to have contact with the other nearby Control Rooms in the State/ District for example hot wind/ dust wind invariably comes from the Rajsthan desert area so if the early warning is received from the nearby Rajasthan District Hanumangarh/Churu control Room, then high alert/ early warning can be given to the likely effected area for precautions so that loss of life/livestock and property can be minimized and people can reach to the safer places.

 

PREFACE

          The possibility of disaster hitting Hisar District has become more and more real with the increasing complexity of economic and industrial growth compounded by extensive population growth.

           It is high time that a Disaster Management Plan is prepared for the district specially focusing on the disasters to which the district is vulnerable.   Although Pre-Disaster Mitigation Plan covering policies of various concerned departments, development plans also ought to be included in a meaningful Disaster Management Plan, this has been deliberately omitted for the time being in order to ensure that at least the post Disaster Management Plan gets off the ground and it is not delayed for want of detailed inputs as are necessary to make a comprehensive Disaster Prevention Plan.

          For the time being, it is proposed to proceed with the endeavor of making the Disaster Management Plan as an Action Oriented Plan with emphasis on Pre-Disaster and Post Disaster Management covering mainly seven kind of disasters:-

 

Earth Quakes.

Sand Storm/ Hail storms

Fires.

Transport related accidents like air crash, train accidents & road accidents.

Industrial accidents

Epidemics.

Collapse of building/ well

 

The state has detailed plans for handling floods and draught situation.  Plans are also in place for wartime situation, civil strife and air strikes. Hence, these have been willfully not covered in this Disaster Management Plan.  It is therefore hoped that these documents would fill in the gaps regarding handling the above kind of disasters.

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