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Opinion PCR (Police control Room) officials on duty

Discussion in 'Punjab, Punjabi, Punjabiyat' started by rajneesh madhok, Nov 9, 2011.

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    Police control Room (PCR) facility has been provided by Government of Punjab to help the passengers, vehicles during Emergency. Whenever the person face difficulty like decoity, accident, theft the public can dial No. 100 to call PCR to help them. Whenever the public dial No. 100 in Phagwara town. The number is being unattended why? The scene is self explanatory that what job the Hon'ble Public Servants are doing. What help they people will provide to the public.





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