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Monday, April 15, 2013

Post offices will have a new look, says Kruparani

 Union Minister of State for Communication and Technology Killi Kruparani on Friday said that post offices in the country would have a new look with the use of advance technology in day-to-day operations. She said that upgradation of the post offices was being done under ‘Project Arrow’ programme. She laid foundation stone for the construction of new post office with Rs.2 crore at Amudalavalasa.
Speaking on the occasion, the minister said that 2,000 vacant sites of the postal department will be developed under the public-private- partnership mode.
Ms.Kruparani assured that Cash Transfer Scheme will also be implemented through postal department since more than five crore people were being paid their wages through post office under the MNREGA programme.
AP Chief Post Master General Viswapavan Pati said that the new building in Amudalavalasa will be constructed within one year with the availability funds allocated under 12th Five Year Plan. He hoped that it would benefit 149 branches which were covered under Amudalavalasa region. Congress MLC Peerukatla Viswaprasad, Amudalavalasa MLA Boddepalli Satyavati, DCC President Nartu Narendra Yadav and others hailed the initiaitive of the postal department saying that it was a highly respected organisation in the country. They congratulated the postal department for safeguarding valuable 1.45 acres of land from encroachment.
PCC Doctors’ Cell Convener K.Rammohana Rao, Congress leaders K.L. Prasad, Simma Rajasekhar, Mamidi Srikanth and others participated in the programme.
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