Tumkur: Hazrat Madarshah Committee (Wakf) has introduced an ambulance service with the purchase of its first ambulance at a cost of Rs. one lakh. The service was formally commissioned by local MLA Dr. Rafeeque Ahmed on July 20. The Wakf runs an ITI, a wedding hall and and a shopping complex in the town, located 70 kms north of Bangalore. Ambulance service can be contacted at 8494984100. Last three digits can also be replaced by either 200, or 300 or 400.
Ambulance Service by Madarshah Wakf
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