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Chennai: Tamil Nadu police have called upon people to use a union government’s portal and report lost or stolen mobiles.

The portal ‘Sanchar Saathi’ facilitates people to report their lost/stolen mobile devices and will help them to trace such devices across pan-India telecom networks, said Additional Director-General of police Sanjay Kumar in a press release on Wednesday.

Tamil Nadu Cyber Crime Wing along with Department of Telecommunications created CEIR login ID for all stations in districts/commissionrates in the state to trace the lost/stolen mobiles, he said.

Sanchar Saathi portal has various citizen-centric modules like telecom analysis for fraud management and consumer protection and know your mobile features.

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