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During an emergency situation, it is all too easy to become confused and disoriented. But with a little bit of preparation, you can ensure that you can go through any emergencies in the best possible way. Recently '112' was launched as a pan-India emergency helpline number.
You can use this single emergency helpline number for various emergency services such as police, fire and ambulance etc. It provides 24*7 emergency responses across the country. An immediate assistance will be provided to the affected.
Apart from the emergency helpline number, there a list of emergency numbers in India that you must be aware of:
List Of Emergency No. as Under :::
Police ::: 100
Fire Briged ::: 101
Embulance ::: 102
Embulance (emergency ) ::: 108
Mahila Helpline ::: 181
Blood bank ::: 1910
Mukhymantri Amrutam Yojna Helpline no. ::: 18002331022
Children Helpline no. ::: 1098
Trafic control Help line No. ::: 103
Railway Helpline no. ::: 1512
Anti corruption Bureau ::: 1064/180023344444
Anti corruption Bureau Whatsapp HElpline No. ::: 9586800870
Cyber crime HElpline No. ::: 18005999010
Sarv shixa ABhiyan Helpline No.::: 18002330222
Grahak suraxa helpline No. ::: 18002330222
Rashtreey svashthy vima Yojna Helpline No. :::: 18002331021
RTI- Helpline No. :::: 9924085000
GST Helpline No. ::: 1064/180023344444
CAsh mukt Bharat Abhiyan Helpline No. ::: 14444
Aadhar card Helpline No. ::: 18003131947
Mnarega Yojna Help Line No. ::; 18004254440
Havaman khatu HElpline No. ::: 18001801717
Jan dhan Yojna Help line No. ::: 180042511222
Passport Service HElp line No . ::: 18002581800
Kissan Call Center Helpline No. ::: 1551/18001801551
Food Sefty Department helpline no. ::: 1800112100
Income tax Department Helpline No. ::: 1961
A single emergency helpline number "112" will be launched in India today that would provide immediate assistance to services like police (100), fire (101), health (108), women safety (1090) and child protection. The emergency services, which were earlier launched in Himachal Pradesh and Nagaland, will be made available in 16 states and Union Territories and Mumbai city today. The emergency number will gradually be extended to other states as well.
The emergency number 112 is on the lines of "911' - the all-in-one emergency number in the United States.
"112 India" emergency helpline mobile app:
A "112 India" mobile app by the Ministry of Home Affairs will also be launched on Google Playstore and Apple store. For women and children, "112 India" mobile app would provide a special ''SHOUT'' feature which alerts registered volunteers in the vicinity of the victim for immediate assistance.