New Delhi: At present the incident of getting unwanted ISD calls from Pakistan is on the rise in India, which has created panic among people as they fear of getting dragged in any terror case. There is no proper guideline and assistance from police as yet in this regard.

Delhi Police Spokesperson Rajan Bhagat said there is no need to be panicked by seeing a number from Pakistan unless the call is repeated or the caller says something.

Sometimes cross connections lead to such confusion, Rajan Bhagat said and added that in case of any suspected ISD call, local police should be informed immediately.

Ajeet Kumar, Noida, received a suspected call from Pakistan.  He immediately dialed the helpline number where he was told to contact the Delhi Police.

Ajeet narrated the incident of receiving unwanted ISD call from Pakistan but instead of getting any assistance, his phone was disconnected by the police. At last, Ajeet contacted a reporter of Dainik Jagran seeking help in this regard.

(JPN/Bureau)