Under the Emergency Response Support System in Bihar, ex-servicemen will now handle the steering of Dial 112 vehicles. Their number will be 3171. Retired military drivers will be reinstated on honorarium as per the need in all the districts of the state. Approval for this has been received from the Home Department. The DIG of Financial and Technical Services has written to all the districts regarding this. They have been asked to identify such retired military drivers in their respective districts. As soon as their list is received, after completing the reinstatement process, retired military drivers will get the responsibility of driving Dial 112 vehicles. Common citizens are getting convenience due to the launch of Dial 112 service in the state.

All the districts come under these District Sainik Boards, police officers will contact

The Police Headquarters has written to all the districts including Bhagalpur and asked the concerned SP to contact the officer of the Sainik Boards office of the said district. Many districts come under one District Sainik Board. Bhagalpur district includes Bhagalpur, Banka, Katihar, Purnia, Araria, Kishanganj, Saharsa, Madhepura and Supaul districts.

There is an expansion in the second phase, drivers are needed

The first phase of Dial 112 under the Ex-Servicemen Emergency Response Support System has been completed. Considering the success achieved in it, it is being expanded in the second phase. Now this facility will be made available beyond the city to the blocks. A large number of skilled drivers are needed. This is the reason why ex-serviceman drivers have been considered suitable for this. Let us tell you that to increase people's confidence in the rule of law and law and order and provide timely relief and security when needed, Dial 112 service has been started in all the districts of the state.