Wednesday, 19 February 2014
India Post to seek labour secretary help as IT firms refuse mail delivery
CHENNAI: India Post plans to approach the state labour secretary to
convene a meeting with heads of information technology companies in the
city who are refusing to allow postmen to deliver mail at their offices.
Earlier, hundreds of 'rakhis', letters and articles sent by Speed Post
to IT companies in Sholinganallur, Perungudi and Thoraipakkam were
returned to India Post offices with the companies saying they did not
have the men or machinery to distribute the items. India Post officials
said more than 5,000 letters and parcels, many with credit and debit
cards, Aadhaar cards and more than 1,500 rakhis, were lying in the
Sholinganallur, Perungudi and Thoraipakkam post offices.
Posted by GPO_NFPE at 20:15