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Indian Railway announce integrated helpline number ‘139’

Indian Railway announce integrated helpline number ‘139’

Sentinel Digital DeskBy : Sentinel Digital Desk

  |  3 Jan 2020 4:16 AM GMT

GUWAHATI: To overcome the inconvenience over multiple helpline numbers for grievances and enquiry during railway travel, Indian Railway has integrated railway helplines into single number 139 for the passengers for quick grievance redressal and enquiry during their journey. As the new helpline number 139 will take over all the existing helpline numbers (except 182), it will be easy for the passengers to remember this number and connect with Railways for all their needs during the travel, a press release said.

The Railway grievances helplines that have been discontinued are – 138 for general complaints, 1072 for accidents and safety, 9717630982 for SMS complaints, 58888 / 138 for clean my coach, 152210 for vigilance and 1800111321 for catering services. The Helpline 139 will be available in twelve languages. It will be based on IVRS (Interactive Voice Response System). There is no need of a smart phone to call on 139, thus, providing easy access to all mobile users, the release said.

The menu of 139 Helpline (IVRS) is as under – for security & medical assistance, passenger has to press 1, which connects immediately to a call center executive; for enquiry, passenger has to press 2 and in the sub menu, information regarding pnr status, arrival/departure of the train, accommodation, fare enquiry, ticket booking, system ticket cancellation, wake up alarm facility/destination alert, wheel chair booking, meal booking can be obtained; for catering complaints, passenger has to press 3; for general complaints, passenger has to press 4; for vigilance related complaints, passenger has to press 5; for queries during accident, passenger has to press 6; for status of complaints, passenger has to press 9; for talking to call centre executive, passenger has to press*.

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