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NEW DELHI: Delhi Metro has set up a help desk at the Indira Gandhi International Airport (IGIA) to assist and guide Jammu & Kashmir flood victims returning to the city, a statement said on Friday.
The help desk has been set up at Terminal 3 of the airport.
“Delhi Metro has set up a facilitation counter-cum-help desk at Terminal 3 of the IGIA to assist and guide victims of Jammu & Kashmir floods who are returning to the city,” a Delhi Metro statement said.
It said that the officials posted at the help desk will provide all necessary details to the victims about Delhi Metro’s network and also guide them to the IGI Airport Metro station according to their requirements.
Jammu & Kashmir is battling the worst floods in 60 years, which have left over 200 people dead.
About four lakh people are still estimated to be marooned in Srinagar.