Jabalpur Emergency Numbers



The Jabalpur Emergency Numbers are of invaluable assistance to tourists as well as the native inhabitants of the Madhya Pradesh city. An integral part of the Jabalpur Information, these phone numbers aid tourists to meet any sudden exigency that may crop up.

In case of medical problems, the phone numbers of all the important hospitals, blood banks as well as ambulance services come very handy. The police station numbers help the people to deal with law and order matters as well as other disputes, thefts, pilferages, robbery and crime. In addition, to all these services the phone numbers of the telephone exchange, toll free numbers for complaint booking and trunk calls are also provided. The railway station and airport phone numbers aid people when it comes to booking tickets and general inquiries. Besides the phone numbers of the electricity, fire and water departments are also very useful.

A list of the important Jabalpur phone numbers is hereby provided:

Phone Directory
  • Phone Enquiry 197
  • Phone Enquiry 52121 .
Railway Enquiry
  • Enquiry 131
  • Enquiry Recorded 132
  • Computer Reservation 320236
Blood Bansk:
  • Bhalla Pathalogy 408228
  • Seth Govind Das 321650




Last Updated on 16th Dec 2012

     


     

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