When Calamity strikes
Reading latest issue of New England medical Journal I was impressed with the way Newyorkers handled a very grave emergency when the Typhoon Sandy hit them.
I imagined a few calamity situations that could hit this city of Bangalore and would like my fellow Bangaloreans to get a bit worried.
Massive power failure due to River Sharavathy drying up and no hydroelectric power and Raichur thermal power plant trips.
No water supply due to power pumps failing to pump water up the gradient from river Cauvery to the city
Out break of variant of HINI virus for which there is no cure and fatalities are 80%
Do we have a disaster management plan to tackle these three real possibilities?
Answer: my friends is a frightening NO