J&K govt sets up helpline centre to trace missing people

The Jammu and Kashmir government has setup a 24x7 dedicated helpline centre in order to trace people who went missing after the floods hit the state.

Jammu: The Jammu and Kashmir government has setup a 24x7 dedicated helpline centre in order to trace people who went missing after the floods hit the state.

A 24x7 dedicated helpline through J&K Connect Centre has been established at the ground floor of the Office Complex of Divisional Commissioner at Rail Head Complex here, Divisional Commissioner (Jammu) Shant Manu said today.

"The main purpose of this J&K Connect Centre is to help in finding people who went missing after the floods," he said.

The centre will be headed by Amit Sharma, Special Secretary to Government, Animal Husbandry Department in Jammu.

He will be assisted by a team of officers and staff for providing the helpline services round-the-clock, he said.

A Facebook page with the domain name 'www.Facebook.Com/operationconnectjk' has also been created for the purpose, Shant Manu said.

Apart from this, four 24&7 dedicated telephone helpline numbers have been started with the numbers 18001807049 (toll-free), 18001807050 (toll-free) 0191-2471522 and 0191-2471922.

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