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Where was the problem of snow crisis management?

Where was the problem of snow crisis management?

Some unofficial government officials say they did not have enough equipment and some centers that had heavy vehicles and were supposed to send them to crisis points, did not cooperate well, giving every city a handful of heavy vehicles, for example. Most concerned about the shortage of heavy vehicles and helicopters
While the unprecedented snowfall in the last two or three days has made people in many parts of our country very happy, the countrymen in the northern provinces have been in great trouble.

According to a future reporter, ministers of Interior and Energy and even the Minister of Intelligence were in the area yesterday, and today Akhundi, the Minister of Roads and Urban Development, is headed north to say what was said about the elderly and inactive ministers of the current government, Not so good.

Last night, as Voice of Life reported in its news outlets, indicated joint activity with the government and institutions such as the Road, the Red Crescent, the Ministry of Energy and … alongside the IRGC and Basij forces to open roads and help people. That would solve people’s problems.

There are still some issues in the northern provinces, however, and the shortage of heavy vehicles to open roads has been a major issue that has even prevented some relief vehicles such as the Red Crescent.

Some unofficial government officials say they did not have enough equipment and some centers that had heavy vehicles and were supposed to send them to crisis points, did not cooperate very much, giving each city a handful of heavy vehicles.

Citizens in the north are also concerned about the shortage of heavy-duty vehicles and helicopters, and a number of councilors and protesters have complained that some helicopters have not been dispatched in the snow.

In fact, the lack of equipment such as helicopters and heavy duty vehicles has been the most serious problem

It is noteworthy that heavy snowfall in the north of the country created many problems for the cities and villages of these areas. Some roads were blocked and water was cut off in some towns and villages for 48 hours. The water and electricity situation has improved greatly since day three, but by the time it was done, it had made it difficult for residents of the northern cities of the country to have three days.

 Despite the fourth day of the snowstorm, there are still problems for residents in the north.

A social correspondent sat down with Majid Energy Commissioner Seyyed Hashim Bani Hashemi to follow up on the situation in the north, which reads as follows:

Mr. Bani Hashimi is now in addition to water and electricity, gas and Mazandaran and Gilan industries and factories. And many other cities have been cut. Do you know what the situation in Mazandaran is now?

According to the news so far, 90% of the electricity problems in Mazandaran have been resolved.

After 3 days finally. But there are still many problems.

Well, unexpected accidents are happening. It takes time to address them. According to the Minister of Interior and the head of the crisis headquarters, the problem of electricity is being resolved. In the case of gas, industries and factories have been cut off for the benefit of the people. Given the high consumption of domestic gas, it is advisable to save people.

At this point, industries and factories and businesses in Mazandaran and Guilan are now closed. So no one can go to work and the city faces a shutdown. There was no water in the north of the country and even wells could not be used. Today is my fourth day yet the problem is not completely resolved. Mr. Bani Hashemi is easy to pronounce these numbers and figures. Would you be prepared for these unexpected events that you were saying, shouldn’t have been predicted? What is the role of crisis management in that it was able to connect electricity after 3 days? That’s not even a hundred percent.

You mean the crisis headquarters didn’t work well?

Do you think it worked well? Both the headquarters of the crisis and the Ministry of Roads and Power.

Not so.

It took 3 days for the water and electricity to connect. Do you rate this performance as positive?

True, there are weaknesses. But they have not been so weak.

You and I were replaced by the number of villagers who stayed behind the snow walls and their water supply was closed, and the water well was out of order to know how the minutes passed.

The crisis means just like the earthquakes that happen. The important thing is that in the usual time, the relevant devices can come to the aid of the people, which is already done. The forces that have been assisted by the Ministry of Interior, the Ministry of Roads and Transportation, the Red Crescent, and even the Sepah and Basij military forces, and most of the problems have been resolved. Roads and roads are now open. We do not mean that there are no weaknesses in system assistance. The weaknesses need to be remedied. It is not that we are incapable of solving such problems.

According to news reports today, there are still blocked roads for reporters in those areas. Do you think this is a power lag? You say that the crisis must be dealt with at a reasonable time. Do we have enough time to reflect on the crisis in a time of crisis? 3 days is not the usual time to address the lack of utilities and food. You and I have been talking for some days now that you are saying that the Ministry of Roads has opened, which is still not complete. But what did people do on the first day that made people so frustrated? What about the second day? Where were the early hours of the crisis headquarters? Shouldn’t they have been adequately prepared beforehand?

These issues need to be scrutinized. In such a situation, it is impossible to comment on all this. The situation of electricity and water was different in different regions of the country that were in crisis. In some places the snow was over one and a half meters. In some places the cold was higher and in others less cold. These agents act according to the mechanism that exists to deal with crises and fulfill their duties. But there are shortcomings, shortcomings and shortcomings in this task that need to be assessed in a timely manner to fix future issues.

What have the MPs done about these shortfalls and delays in government?

Representatives of the cities involved in the crisis have given the government suggestions and hints. From the president to the relevant executive agencies. The Speaker of Parliament also spoke yesterday about the type of investigations and actions in the affected and critical areas.

Mr. Bani Hashemi is resolved after three days. The point is that a lot of work had to be done from day one.

Who gets what they do or don’t do is always discussed. What happens in critical situations requires the coordination and cooperation of different devices. This cooperation can solve the problem sooner. People should not be replaced Collaborate on each other in crises, whether you did or not. If you are to blame, a crisis will turn into two crises. You are looking for a specific policy. We MPs should be able to work with the government. Emergency cooperation is a must. There is no need to lighten the crisis further.

All delegates have hinted and protested. We will assess the remaining weaknesses and shortcomings after the crisis is over, examine the pathology and weaknesses so that we do not suffer from any other crisis

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