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Madhya Pradesh ADGP visit Haryana to study Dial 112 project

Chandigarh, Sept 13: Haryana Police’s historic initiative “Haryana 112” is gaining popularity among the citizens at a very fast pace. Other states are also visiting Haryana to study the successful implementation of the Emergency Response Support System (ERSS). In this series, ADGP Madhya Pradesh Sh S.K. Jha today visited Haryana to learn the process behind the successful launch of Haryana 112 project.

Recently Bihar delegation appreciated the project.

Sh. Jha also made a courtesy call on the Director General of Police (DGP), Haryana, Sh. Prashanta Kumar Agrawal at Police Headquarters. ADGP Telecom & IT Haryana Sh A. S. Chawla, ADGP (Law & Order) Haryana Sh Navdeep Singh Virk, SP ERSS Sh Uday Singh Meena were also present.

On this occasion, DGP Sh. Agrawal apprised Mr. Jha that the key objective of Haryana 112 project, launched with the active cooperation of the state government, was to provide security and emergency services to the citizens in distress round-the-clock anywhere in the state without any delay. It is being operated through more than 600 ERV vehicles.

After this, Mr. Jha visited the State Emergency Response Center at Panchkula and got information about the working of Haryana 112 and appreciated its successful implementation. During this, Mr. Chawla, who is also the nodal officer of Haryana 112 project, apprised him in detail about the working of 112 project.

It may be mentioned here that Haryana 112 is known for providing help to the citizens in emergency situations immediately after receiving the information. Recently, a seven-member delegation from Bihar Police had also visited Haryana and appreciated it.

“Haryana 112”, a historic initiative launched by Haryana Police with the objective of providing police assistance to citizens in distress in the shortest possible time, has made a mark among the common people in a short span of time.

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