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CCMC forms mechanism to address people’s complaints

Dial toll-free no. 1140 for complaints, 102 for ambulance service, 105 for body management

2021 Apr 29, 15:04, Kathmandu
This undated image shows the then Deputy Prime Minister and Minister for Defence Ishwar Pokharel attending a meeting held by the COVID-19 Crisis Management Centre in Kathmandu. Photo: Nepali Army

The COVID-19 Crisis Management Centre has formed a mechanism to address the complaints of people during the prohibitory period.

The mechanism was formed to immediately implement the people’s complaints and suggestions after Director of CCMC, Deputy Prime Minister Ishwar Pokharel, directed in this regard today, said Pokharel’s press advisor, Ganesh Pandey.

Pandey added that the mechanism was formed in order to resolve the problems within 24 hours once people put forth their problems making a phone call at toll-free no. 1140.

Similarly, CCMC has also requested to dial 105 for body management and 102 for ambulance service.  It has also requested to those leaving for abroad and returning from abroad to fill the form available on the website of CCMC. Click here for International-Online Arrival form, International-Online Departure form and Domestic-Online form

The government has imposed prohibitory order in Kathmandu Valley from today to break the chain of the spread of spread of coronavirus infection.

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