People from the northeast residing in the national capital and even outside can now share their problems on Facebook with the Delhi Police Friday launching a page on the social networking site especially for them. They can contact the Delhi Police top brass through www.dpfne.com.
The Facebook page, launched by Special Commissioner of Police (Law and Order) Deepak Mishra at an interactive session, will help the police have better interface with people from the northeast. Also Read - Facebook, Instagram might witness a 45 percent drop in teenage users over the next two years: Report
Mishra asked all the northeast people residing in Delhi and even outside the national capital to interact on the Facebook page for better reach and redressal of their problems. Also Read - WhatsApp violates Indian users' rights by denying dispute resolution claims Centre
He assured that all the points raised by them will be taken into consideration and appropriate action taken accordingly. Also Read - Facebook to pay French news publishers for using its content
“A round-the-clock helpline number 1093 is already in place for the northeastern population residing in the national capital. Now, the northeast people can reach out to the police via interactive social media WhatsApp on mobile no. 9810083486 and Facebook page www.dpfne.com,” said Mishra.
He said 53 people have been appointed representatives of eight northeastern states. They will act as ambassadors on behalf of their respective states and the Delhi Police.