GVMC Commissioner Praises Lifeguards’ Quick Action

Lilu Dhruw
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GVMC Commissioner Praises Lifeguards' Quick Action

In a recent statement, C.M. Saikanth Verma, the commissioner of Greater Visakhapatnam Municipal Corporation (GVMC), applauded the quick response of lifeguards and enforcement teams during the Maha Shivaratri celebrations at Yarada beach. The commissioner highlighted an incident where 12-year-old Kumar from Chipurupalli was rescued from drowning at Yarada beach.

According to the commissioner’s press release, lifeguards K. Lovaraju, CH. Srinivas, and K. Venkatesh, who were patrolling the beach area, acted promptly to rescue Kumar. They administered first aid before safely reuniting him with his family members.

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The commissioner underscored the stringent security measures implemented by GVMC along the Visakhapatnam coast to ensure the safety of pilgrims and vacationers, especially during festivals and holidays. He praised the constant vigilance of enforcement teams who provided continuous assistance to individuals participating in sea bathing rituals.

With the city experiencing an increase in tourist arrivals, Commissioner Verma urged visitors to exercise caution and refrain from venturing too deep into the sea. He emphasized the importance of adhering to safety guidelines to prevent accidents and ensure a pleasant experience for all beachgoers.

The commendation from the GVMC commissioner serves as recognition for the dedication and efforts of lifeguards and enforcement teams in safeguarding the lives of beach attendees, particularly during festive occasions like Maha Shivaratri. Their swift action and vigilance reflect the commitment of GVMC towards ensuring the safety and well-being of residents and tourists alike along the Visakhapatnam coast.

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