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Monday, April 19, 2010

Draft of Indian Post Office (Amendment) Bill 2006

Dear Comrades,

Central Government was proposed to amend Indian Post Office Act 1898. In this connection the Government was introduced the bill in parliment in the year 2006 and it is not yet passed. The bill in in intrductory stage only. The draft of the bill is placed here for the information of the members. Please go through the bill carefully. The main intention of the bill is to privatise the postal services and establish Mail Regulatory Development Authority to monitor Postal Services and to establish Mail Disputes Tribunal to settle the grevances of the customers. The monoploy over postal articles weighing up to 300 gms lies with Postal Department. Totally the bill is harmfull to the workers of the entire Postal Department.

Click here for Draft of Indian Post Office (Amendment) Bill 2006

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