Indian emergency response team on the move as it deploys new mobile phone tower
In a move aimed at ensuring the country’s emergency response teams are deployed to the most critical places in the country, the Indian Emergency Response Force (IERS) deployed a mobile phone network tower in the coastal city of Mumbai.
The IERS deployed the tower at a time when many of the city’s most vulnerable communities are still living in the shadows.
The deployment was made to the city on Friday morning, the first time that the IERS has deployed a cell tower in Mumbai.
According to IERS spokesperson Prakash Natarajan, the mobile tower was deployed to ensure that emergency responders are deployed at the most vulnerable places and to ensure emergency responders get to the places that need them most.
“We are using this to ensure our mobile operators are deployed in a safe and orderly manner,” he said.
“The mobile network is part of our operations, which is a good step in the right direction.
It is also to help us in case of a power disruption.”
The IES is the central government agency responsible for the provision of emergency services in the state of Maharashtra.
While the mobile towers are being used to provide emergency services to people in the city, the agency has also been using them to connect rural areas and other areas where people may be at greater risk of serious illness and death.
As per guidelines, the government has allotted Rs 10 crore for the deployment of mobile towers in the cities of Mumbai and Ahmedabad, which are in the western and eastern parts of the state.
The towers are meant to provide better access to critical health facilities, as well as provide information to emergency services.
While this is the first mobile phone installation in the capital of Maharashtra, the installation has already been completed in the southern parts of Mumbai, where many of its most vulnerable residents live.
As part of the mobile phone deployment, the IES also deployed the cell tower for a second time.
Earlier this year, the organisation deployed a tower in Ahmedabad.
The mobile towers were initially set up at an emergency shelter in a residential area.
In the past, the authorities in Mumbai had also set up mobile towers at residential areas in a bid to provide relief to those who needed it most.
However, the cell towers have also been used to connect more than 1,000 people in Mumbai to medical facilities.
According the IER, this is in line with the mandate of the agency.
The new cell tower will also help provide access to people who may not be able to access medical facilities because of the power shortage, as many people are unable to use the phone.