PM Imran Khan Launched Pakistan Emergency Helpline 911

emergency helpline 911 has been launched in pakistan

An Emergency Helpline 911 for Pakistan’s citizens was established by Prime Minister Imran Khan on 7th April, 2022.

As a first step toward creating Pakistan modeled like the Madina welfare state, Pakistani Prime Minister Imran Khan established the country’s first national helpline 911. While addressing the launch ceremony of the helpline, he stated: 

“Now, every citizen in any part of the country will get the state’s response (in case of any emergency). This is a major move forward towards our mission statement of making Pakistan an Islamic welfare state,”

PM Imran Khan

Firefighters, police officers, medical personnel, disaster recovery crews, and highway police are all part of the integrated Pakistan Emergency Helpline (PEHEL)-911. As long as a person needs help, they can contact 911 to get in touch with the relevant local government department.

Officials claim that the state has a responsibility to improve the lives of the common people, and that his goal is to make Pakistan a welfare state. Furthermore, they want to make people’s lives easier, much like any welfare state, so that they may feel confident about getting help if they need it.

The PEHEL helpline will also allow the government to keep track of crime statistics, as well as assess the needs of different sectors.Islamabad, currently, has a number of separate emergency services, each with their own unique dialing numbers. The new unified 911 service will allow those in need to contact the appropriate emergency response service on a single platform.

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