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http://www.dnaindia.com/jaipur/report-247-helpline-begins-for-tourists-safety-in-jaipur-2624838

13th Jun 2018

The tourism department of Jaisalmer has started a helpline number for providing optimum safety and facilities to the tourists. The step was taken after many cases of fraud and robbery were reported, which started affecting the tourism in the city.

The helpline numbers 18601801364 and 1363 will remain active 24/7 and the calls made by the tourists while in India will be free. In addition to Hindi and English, the complaint system is made available in 10 more international languages.

Tourists coming from other states can also take all kinds of information about the facilities along with registering complaints by calling on the helpline number.

The police, administration and other departments have also coordinated for settling the complaints.

This project is being implemented by the Ministry of Tourism India through m/s Tata BSS, which is linked to the work after the open bidding process. Superintendent of Police Gaurav Yadav said,
“It is a very good helpline as both national and international tourists visit Jaisalmer. The helpline number will make the tourist feel safe, which will give a boost to the tourism.”