Hrithik Roshan inaugurates new traffic helpine in Mumbai

Mumbai,November 16: Superstar Hrithik Roshan has joined hands with Mumbai Traffic Police to open a new traffic helpline in the city.

The service, which will help citizens get information on traffic jams, alternate routes, road blocks and diversions, was inaugurated on November 10 by the actor and Commissioner of Police Ahmed Javed.

The 41-year-old "Bang Bang!" star thanked the Traffic Police for the initiative.

"Thank you Mumbai Traffic Police for this great initiative. Thank you Mr Javed Ahmed for making me a part of this. Traffic helpline," Hrithik said.

The call centre will also provide citizens with information on the best routes to reach their destination. The helpline will be handled by around 80 constables, who will be available as soon as a citizen calls.

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