Srinagar: The Indian Army on Saturday set up a ‘feedback and grievances’ helpline in the Kashmir valley as part of its efforts to strengthen the bond with the people.Also Read - Nagaland Violence: 14 Including Soldier Dead, Agitated Mob Vandalises Assam Rifles Camp | Top Points

The helpline has been set up under the aegis of Chinar Corps or 15 Corps responsible for guarding the Line of Control in the valley. Also Read - Nagaland Tense After 13 Civilians Killed In Firing Incident In Mon District, Internet Services Snapped

“As part of Indian Army’s efforts to further strengthen the bond of friendship between the Aawam and Jawan, a ‘feedback and grievances’ helpline has been established under the aegis of Chinar Corps,” a Defence spokesman said. Also Read - Indian Army TGC Recruitment: Apply For Various Posts on | Application Begins From Dec 6

He said the helpline number is 9484101010.

The contact can also be established through Telegram application, the spokesman said.

“A ‘Humsaya’ (companion) to the Awaam, in good times and through any challenge, the Awaam-Jawan greater synergy will go a long way in establishing peace and prosperity for all,” he said.