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ID cards of media men to be treated as passes; Helpline in place for docs, paramedics, says IGP Kashmir

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SRINAGAR — The Inspector General of Police Kashmir Zone, Vijay Kumar on Wednesday advised the doctors and paramedics to inform them on given helpline numbers in case they are stopped unnecessarily while on way to their duties.

IGP Kashmir Vijay Kumar said that doctors and paramedical staff should inform them on the given helpline numbers if they have been stopped unnecessarily along with their location on way to their place of duties.

The helpline numbers are 0194-2506561, 0194-2506541 and WhatsApp 8899845182.

The IGP also requested the health care workers to cooperate with the law enforcement agencies and not to visit unnecessarily beyond their place of duty and stay.

Vijay Kumar also said that identity cards of journalists will be treated as curfew passes in Kashmir.

Notably, the authorities have imposed Corona curfew in Jammu and Kashmir till May 17 in view of the spike in COVID-19 cases in the Union Territory.

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