‘108’ stickers on ambulances are now being replaced with ‘112’ in 7 districts of GujaratMarch 28, 2019
Vadodara: Seven districts of Gujarat are chosen for initial roll out of 112 emergency service with effect from February 19. With this, the existing literature mentioning emergency helpline service number as 108 is being replaced with 112.Stickers on ambulances are being changed from 108 to 112. Seven districts chosen for launch are Gir Somnath, Devbhumi Dwarka, Morbi, Chhota Udepur, Botad, Arvalli and Mahisagar. 112 number will replace all emergency helpline service numbers such as 100 for police, 101 for fire, 108 for health, 1077 for disaster, 181 for women and 1962 for animals.
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