Demonetisation: Maharashtra police release helpline numbers for citizens
The Maharashtra police have released a list of helpline numbers to redress complaints related to demonetisation of old notes in the state.mumbai Updated: Nov 15, 2016 14:28 IST
The Maharashtra police have released a list of helpline numbers to redress complaints over the demonetisation of Rs500 and Rs1,000 notes in the state.
The police have appealed to cash-strapped people to report their grievances through phone call, SMS or WhatsApp on mobile numbers made available for all cities and districts.
The police will forward complaints to the respective departments for the redressal.
Satish Mathur, Maharashtra director general of police, said they have decided to lend a helping hand to the people who have been inconvenienced at ATMs and banks.
Since the Modi government announced the shock decision to scrap the high-value denominations on November 8, there have been instances wherein hospitals and petrol pumps have refused to accept the demonetised banknotes.
Although the Mumbai police do not have a WhatsApp number, they can be contacted via their Twitter account, website and the control room numbers on the site.
Here are the helpline numbers of major cities in the state
State police control room
7506777100 / 7506888100
22621855/3054 /5020, 2263333
8424820665 / 8428820686
8975283100 / 8975953100
8055876773 / 8055472422
2305233 / 2305234
9923078646 / 9923078696
8390022222 / 7741022222
9422950003 / 9423880004