Hyderabad, Nov 26 (UNI) The Madhya Pradesh government today signed an MoU with the Emergency Management Research Institute (EMRI) to provide free police, medical and fire emergency services to the people.
According to a press release here, EMRI Chief Executive Officer C Venkat and MP state's Public Health department Principal Secretary M M Upadhyaya signed the MoU in the presence of Public Health and Welfare Minister Ajay Vishnol and Information Minister Kailash Vijayvargiya.
The EMRI services would be launched in Madhya Pradesh in a phase manner. It would begin with 100 ambulances by the end of May 2008 and in a period of three years, 700 ambulances would be pressed into services.
Mr Venkat said 'so far, this scheme was being implemented in Andhra Pradesh and Gujarat. The citizens of the MP would be provided the emergency medical services free of charge'.