Imphal Emergency Numbers

Imphal emergency numbers help every tourist planning to visit the capital city of Manipur, India. The emergency numbers of Imphal consists of important telephone numbers of different police, ambulance and fire stations. It is suggested that every visitor should carry these numbers for any kind of assistance.

These numbers will help travelers in time of any kind of accident like burglary or fire outburst. Some of the essential telephone numbers of Imphal are given below:

  • Fire Department : 101
  • Ambulance: 102
  • Police: 100
  • Imphal STD Code: 0385

    Imphal East ( Telephone Code : Area-385, International -91)
    • SDPO, Jiribam 21203
    • Joint Control Room - 246244
    • SDO/RO, Sawombung- 246236
    • DC Imphal East- 228387
    • ADC, Jiribam- (03876) 1211/21389
    • SDO / RO, Porompat- 222785/246223
    • S.P Imphal East- 225790
    • SDO/RO, Keirao Bitra 24623
    Imphal West ( Telephone Code: Area-385, International-91)
    • Joint Control Room-2412434
    • SDO/RO,Wangoi-61204 (O) and 2412460 ( R)
    • D.C. Imphal (West)- 2221188/406502
    • SDO/RO Lamphel/Lamsang : 2406432 (O) and 310906
    • S.P Imphal ( West)- 2220159
    • D.C Imphal ( West) 2221188/406502
    Imphal Emergency Numbers are available 24 hours a day for the convenience of travelers as well as local residents coming here.

    Last Updated on 19th Oct 2012



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