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Sunday, June 23, 2024

Extreme Weather: Police Launch Special Operations Room

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The Sri Lanka Police have initiated a dedicated Special Operations Room to extend assistance to individuals impacted by the ongoing adverse weather conditions and to facilitate the coordination of relief efforts, announced Police Media Spokesman DIG Nihal Thalduwa.

Members of the public can access support and collaborate with other disaster relief organisations by reaching out to the respective Special Operations Room through the following hotline numbers:

Hotline: 0112421820
Additional Lines: 0112439212, 0112013036, 0112013039
Email: disasterops@police.gov.lk


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