PM Imran Khan launches Pakistan Emergency Helpline 911

ISLAMABAD, Pakistan: Prime Minister Imran Khan on Thursday launched Pakistan Emergency Helpline 911 to provide immediate relief to the people in the emergent situation.


Now a caller will only have to dial 911 and it will be routed to the concerned emergency response department.

At present, several emergency services with different dialing numbers are operating in Islamabad and the unified 911 service will provide the callers an integrated platform to get in touch with the relevant emergency response service for relief.

In his address at the Inaugural Ceremony in Islamabad, the prime minister said that the Emergency Helpline 911 is a great project which needs support of all the federating units of the Country.

The prime minister said that bringing facilitation to the lives of common people is a responsibility of the state and making Pakistan a welfare state is his vision.

Imran Khan said that his government launched health cards, Ehsas Programme, Kamyab Jawan Programme, and other public welfare initiatives to facilitate the people of Pakistan.

Earlier on March 2, while presiding over a review meeting in Islamabad on the Pakistan Emergency Helpline (PEHEL) 911, Prime Minister Imran Khan said that securing life and property of people was our utmost priority.

The prime minister said that the launch of a Universal Emergency Helpline in the Country would be a one-stop emergency relief point for people in crisis.

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