Idrees Ali

Ganderbal: Couriers sent via ‘Speed Post’ move at snail's pace, allege locals

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Gandebal, Jan 22: Residents of Safapora village in central Kashmir’s Ganderbal on Tuesday alleged that employees at a local post office are too slow to dispatch Speed Post couriers to their respective destinations.

Local residents said that when they don't receive their couriers on time, they are compelled to visit the post office to receive it.

One of the residents of Safapora, Bilal Ahmad, said: “Aligarh Muslim University (AMU) had dispatched a call letter on my address and same was delivered to me after 20 days. Employees at Post office Safapora didn't bother to dispatch the letter on time as a result this official negligence ruined my career."

Local residents alleged that the field employees of Post office Safapora are not performing their job properly. “We are suffering because of the careless attitude of the post office employees,” they said.

Meanwhile, an official at post office Safapora downplayed the allegations and said that they are punctual with their duty.

 

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