CISF launches lost and found app for 59 airports

CISF launched its mobile app for lost and found items at 59 airports across India

NEW DELHI March 17, 2018: The Central Industrial Security Force (CISF) launched its mobile app for lost and found items at 59 airports across India, media reports said on Saturday.

The app, named UMANG (Unified Mobile Application for New-age Governance), offers three facilities – lost and found items at airports, tracking complaints or request status and technical consultancy in security and fire services, they added.

The CISF had in 2015 launched a lost and found section on its website for articles left behind by commuters at airports across the country.

CISF Assistant Inspector General and Public Relations Officer Hemendra Singh said the app allows passengers to upload information on the lost articles along with their travel details. The passengers will receive an alert on the app when the lost article is found.

The web version of the app does not have the facility to raise complaints or requests by users. Instead, they have to wait for airports to upload the list of items found on their premises on the web application.

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