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The Motorway Police on information immediately rushed to site and cordoned off the area and sealed the motorway for all traffic while fire brigade and ambulances have been called to meet any eventuality.
During a news briefing in Rawalpindi on Monday, he referred to Indian claims of unilateral action against Pakistan and said the armed forces are fully prepared to meet any eventuality.
Cesar Hawthorne Binag, chief of the Western Visayas Police Regional Office (PRO-6), assured that the regional police force is ready for any eventuality.
Summary: Rajkot (Gujarat) [India], Dec 5 (ANI): Union Defence Minister Nirmala Sitharaman on Tuesday said the Indian armed forces were fully prepared for any eventuality.
Abella said Filipino diplomats in Seoul and Agana were preparing 'for any eventuality.
Global Banking News-November 10, 2016--ECB governors says prepared to meet any eventuality following Trump's victory
With the meteorological department sounding grave, the districts are on high-alert as state disaster management teams are preparing for the eventuality of floods.
The official said many SMEs in the country lack insurance policies due to the notion that insurance firms only paid out claims when there was an eventuality and thereby tend to enjoy the fruits of their labour more than the business owners.
R) Arshad Zia has declared that Rescue-1122 is fully prepared to protect life and property of the masses in case of any eventuality.
To some packs it could be a terminal change, but Best claims the squad had prepared for almost every eventuality in pre-season.
This election is the first time that the 41-year-old judge has been put in charge of proceedings and he explained that the system this year had prepared him for any eventuality.
Wael al-Halqi said the current conditions require that all governmental bodies mobilize national resources and scale up their emergency preparedness to confront any eventuality and foil the enemies who are betting on creating disorder and confusion in the work of state service institutions.