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Jayalalithaa launches 24×7 Amma call centre

The latest initiative was aimed at ensuring quick response to people's grievances wherein they can dial toll-free number '1100' at any point of time in the day

Written by Arun Janardhanan | Chennai |
Updated: January 20, 2016 1:42:56 am
amma, amma call center, tamil nadu, jayalalithaa, tamil nadu call centers, amma tamil nadu, tamil nadu cm, tamil nadu news, india news The ‘Amma Call Centre’, which will work all through the year, was launched by the Chief Minister here through video-conferencing.

With three months to go for Assembly elections, Tamil Nadu Chief Minister J Jayalalithaa Tuesday launched an Amma call centre for people to register grievances about government departments.

A government statement said the helpline (toll-free number 1100) will be open round-the-clock, and promised that grievances directed to the concerned departments would be resolved. Some 138 call operators have been engaged to run the call centre, which is expecting 15,000 calls a day.

The Amma call centre is considered as an extension of CM’s cell, where she receives petitions from the public directly or by post or e-mail.

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First published on: 20-01-2016 at 01:00:40 am
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