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GRP HELP LINE

GRP HELP LINE

Govt. Railway Police Helpline The railway police help line, also known as a railway police helpline or emergency hotline, serves as a dedicated contact point for passengers and the public to report emergencies, crimes, or safety concerns related to railway transportation. Some of the common uses of a railway police help line include:
      Reporting emergencies: Passengers can call the help line to report immediate emergencies such as accidents, medical emergencies, security threats, or any incidents that require immediate police intervention.
      Reporting crimes: If passengers witness or experience any criminal activity on trains or at railway stations, they can use the help line to report the incident to the railway police. This includes theft, assault, harassment, vandalism, or any other criminal offenses.
      Safety concerns: Passengers can use the help line to report safety concerns such as suspicious packages, unattended baggage, unauthorized access to restricted areas, or any potential threats to the security of the railway system.
      Seeking assistance: The help line can also be used by passengers who require assistance or information related to railway services, lost items, or general inquiries about safety and security measures.

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