Srinagar—In view of the weather and avalanche warnings, Jammu and Kashmir police has established helpline numbers at every district as well as in Police Control Room Kashmir.
General people of the valley are requested to contact their respective concerned Police Helpline’s in case on any emergency and exigency. Inspector General of Police Shri Munir Ahmad Khan has directed all the concerned district SSsP to remain vigilant and keep their men readiness for the help of general public. IGP further said that these helpline’s has been established in every district and will remain functional 24x7.
People from Anantnag can contact on 01932222870, 9596777669, 9419051950, People from Kulgam can contact on 01931-260253, 160, 7051510660, 0680 people from Pulwama can contact on 01933-241280, 241221, 241986, 8491942811, people from Shopian can contact on 01933-261891, 9596768831, 9596768826, people from Awantipora can contact on 01933-247369, 247702, 7051404001, 9419040154, 9906442505, people from Ganderbal can contact on 2416478, 2416564, 9622688825, people from Budgam can contact on 01951-255207, 255042, 9697048709, people from Handwara can contact on 01955-262295, 9906767076, 7051404206, people from Kupwara can contact on 01955-252204, 7051404938, 7051404914, people from Baramulla can contact on 01952-237830, 9596777668, 9596767717, 9596767701, people from Bandipora can contact on 9596767430, 9596767411, 01957-255271.
People from Leh can contact on 01982-258880 and people from Kargil can contact on 01985-232275, 8491938293, 9419219746.
A general helpline has also been established for the people of valley in Police Control Room Kashmir which can be reached on 2506508, 2506504, 2506506 or Dial 100.
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