Jalandhar Emergency Numbers





Jalandhar emergency numbers enable people to get access to a number of emergency services available in the city. Jalandhar emergency numbers include the telephone numbers of Jalandhar Police, Fire Brigade and the ambulance services.

Some of the emergency numbers of Jalandhar are:

  • Jalandhar Police - 100
  • Ambulance (Civil Hospital) - 2227006
  • Ambulance (Red Cross) - 2224366, 5080156, 5080155
  • Police Station Cantonment - 2263000
  • Jalandhar Cantonment Police - 100
  • Jalandhar Fire Brigade - 101, 2280355, 2455957, 2280355
  • Jalandhar Cantonment Fire Brigade - 101

    The emergency numbers in Jalandhar help the residents of Jalandhar to avail the emergency services at time of emergencies. The residents and tourists alike can use the emergency numbers of Jalandhar and get immediate help from Jalandhar Police, Fire Brigade or the Ambulance services in Jalandhar.





    Last Updated on 17th Dec 2012

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