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Meghalaya Police releases helpline numbers for people stranded in Shillong

Meghalaya Police has released a set of helpline numbers for people who are stranded in Shillong in the midst of the curfew and law and order situation in the state.

Meghalaya Police has released a set of helpline numbers for people who are stranded in Shillong in the midst of the curfew and law and order situation in the state.

As per the Meghalaya Police, people who are stuck in Shillong can reach out to the following numbers for any kind of assistance.

Helpline Numbers:
SB Control Room

9774618462 | 0364 2222855 | 0364-2227050

Police Control Room, EKH, Shillong

6009196479 | 0364-2222214 | 0364-2222215 | 0364-2215427

Covid Control Room

6009917414 | 0364-2226022 | 0364-2215705

As incidents of vandalism and arson are being reported from different parts of the capital city of Shillong, the Meghalaya government has decided to extend the curfew till 5 am on August 18.

The ban on internet services has also been extended for 24 more hours.

The Conrad Sangma-led government’s order to conduct a judicial inquiry into the encounter of former HNLC general secretary Cheristerfield Thangkiew was among the crucial decisions taken by the Meghalaya Cabinet on Monday.

Moreover, a peace committee has also been constituted under Deputy Chief Minister Prestone Tynsong to engage with the community leaders and civil society organizations to restore complete normalcy.

First Published: 17th August, 2021 16:03 IST

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