Shiv Sena scion and Yuva Sena Chief Aaditya Thackeray inaugurated a new fire command centre in Mumbai's Borivali on Wednesday.
Taking to Twitter, Thackeray said that the latest installation adds to the previous five command centers meant for a swift response when it comes to saving lives. But the most important upgrade is more oriented towards the firefighters themselves. Talking about the new measures that were taken, Thackeray said that the command center is now equipped with a fire robot vehicle, which is all set to assist the firefighters in dousing the fires. Here's Aaditya Thackeray's tweet which shows the pictures from the inauguration event:
Here's a picture of the fire robot:
Thackeray was also joined by Mumbai city Mayor Vishwanath Mahadeshwar and Chief Fire Officer Prabhat Rahandale along with other Shiv Sena members. Further talking about the newly opened fire command center, Thackeray asserted that this will boost the response and capabilities of the firefighters or 'fire jawans'. The command center is additionally equipped with modern tools, equipment and modern vehicles to combat situations where there's fire. Also, the Yuva Sena chief mentioned that the HAZMAT (Hazardous materials) vehicle has also been provided which is a top-notch and unmatched feature of the command center. Here's his tweet:
Mumbai has been witness to a number of high-profile fires in the last few years. In a number of cases, the fires occurring in inaccessible areas or on high-rises has posed a problem for those attempting to fight them.