Haridwar Emergency Numbers

The list of Haridwar emergency numbers comprise of the telephonic numbers of the police stations, railway inquiry, hospitals, fire brigade and the tourist information centers. The emergency numbers of Haridwar help the tourists and citizens alike to counter the sudden emergencies that they may face.

Some of the Haridwar Emergency Numbers are listed below:

Ahuja Petrol Pump Ambulance
Phone: 226558

Punjabi Yava Samiti Ambulance
Phone: 250019 / 250952

Lions Club Ambulance
Phone: 254213 / 227506

City Hospital Ambulance
Phone: 220182 / 220180

Fire Brigade Station,
Phone: 101 / 227007

Police Superintendent
Phone: 239777 / 242666

Police Emergency Number
Phone: 100

Railway Inquiry
Phone: 131 / 226479 / 1335

Railway Station Superintendent
Phone: 227461

Income Tax Officer
Phone: 226915 / 228689

Additional District Magistrate
Phone: 239544 / 239674

City Magistrate
Phone: 221663 / 226400

District Magistrate
Phone: 239440 / 226677 / 226891

Head Post Office,
Upper Road.
Phone: (0133)427025

Ram Krishna Mission Hospital,
Phone: (0133)427141.

Ganga Mata Charitable Eye Hospital,
Sapt. Sarovar Link Road,
Phone: (0133)426090.

Har Milap District Hospital,
Upper Road.
Phone: (0133)426060.

Government Hospital,
Dehradun Road.
Phone: (0133)30096

Regional Tourists Office,
Government of UP,
Rahi Motel.
Phone: (0133)427370.

Tourist Reception Counter,
Main Hall,
Railway Station.
Phone: (0133)427817

Last Updated on 17th Oct 2012



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