Chandigarh, March 30 (Punjab Mail USA)- In order to keep Punjab safe, Punjab Government has issued a self-declaration form for those all Non Resident Indians/foreign travellers who have arrived in Punjab after January 30, 2020 and have not been contacted by civil Administration, Health and Police Department so far..
Disclosing this here today, a spokesperson of the Punjab Government said many NRIs/foreign travellers had already contacted and submitted their details to the concerned authorities in Punjab. This self-declaration form has been issued for those NRIs/foreign travellers who have arrived in Punjab after January 30, 2020 and have not contacted the offices of respective Deputy Commissioners, Civil Surgeons, Health Department and Police so far. He said all such NRIs/foreign travellers should submit this form at ‘Dial-112’ National Emergency Response System (ERSS) immediately.
He further said the NRIs/foreign travellers could also furnish their details at ‘Dial-112 App’ (available at Google Play Store) or email their details at ‘[email protected]. Apart from this, he said information could also be submitted at dial 112 portal –http://ners.in/. He added that if anyone is unable to send the requisite details at the given email or portal, such details could be sent at WhatsApp number 97799-20404. However, he clarified that 112 number should only be dialled when one is not able to send information on the above mentioned platforms.
In addition, he added that the NRIs/foreign travellers should have to submit their details such as their date of arrival in Punjab as well as the name of the Airport where they landed including the date of landing.
Besides this, they have to submit the information pertaining to places of visit in Punjab and their passport number along with their name and contact details such as mobile number, landline number and email-id. They should also furnish their permanent address as per mentioned in their passport, stay in hotel if any and present address where they are residing, he added.