Information on Mizoram


Information on Mizoram provides detailed facts on all the important administrative installations of the state. It enables the local inhabitants and the tourists alike to amass knowledge on the ambulance services, hospitals, blood banks, police stations, fire services, and post offices of the state.

The state of Mizoram has several government hospitals and private nursing homes that cater to the sick and disabled. The sick patients can avail the service of the ambulance from the hospitals of Mizoram. There are many separate organizations that offer free ambulance service to the ailing patients. Mizoram has several blood banks that store blood of all the groups. The patients can avail the blood of a particular group by producing the prescription and nominal sum.

Keeping in mind the safety and security of the local citizens and tourists, Mizoram has a well organized network of police stations that offer assistance at any time of the day. Mizoram has many fire stations with all required infrastructure to curb fire emergencies. The local citizens can easily avail the service by dialing the required number.

Mizoram has a systematic postal system that enables quick delivery of letters and other important documents. The post offices identify the address by the pin code of the area and deliver the required documents with much ease and convenience.

The state of Mizoram has a well established system of playing lottery. The citizens of Mizoram purchase tickets from the shops and win fabulous prizes.

Mizoram supports excellent infrastructure that offers the local citizens with a comfortable and healthy life.

For further information on Mizoram :
  • Mizoram Ambulance
  • Mizoram Hospitals
  • Blood Banks in Mizoram
  • Mizoram Police
  • Mizoram Fire Service
  • Mizoram Post Office
  • Mizoram State Lottery




Last Updated on 12/07/2012

     


     

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