DGP releases My Stamps on Kashmir
Lal Bazar to get Post Office
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Srinagar, Sep 29: Director General of Police (DGP), Kuldeep Khoda Thursday said that department of Postal Services has been serving to the “people from the early days and the department has to expand its services to meet the tremendous pressure mounted due to introduction of latest means of communication in the modern times.”
An official handout said Khoda was speaking at the concluding function of Chinar-2011 J&K Philatelic Exhibition held at SKICC. The four day exhibition was organised by Jammu and Kashmir Postal Services Circle in which more than one lakh postal stamps were displayed.
Khoda, who was the Chief Guest on the function released two My Stamps of Royal Springs Golf Course and Sher-e-Kashmir International Convention Centre (SKICC). He said that the release of the stamps would focus on the tourist attraction spots not only at national but at international level also.
Praising J and K Postal Services Department for organizing such exhibition in the valley, the DGP said that it would help the people, generally the student community to get knowledge about their past.
Earlier Director General of Postal Services J&K Circle, John Samuel in his welcome address deliberated on aims and objectives for organizing the philatelic exhibition.
He disclosed that one of the rarest black penny was also displayed in the exhibition. On the occasion Samuel announced establishment of Post Office at Lal Bazar in Srinagar. Besides a large number of people and School Children, the function was
attended by Director Tourism, Kashmir, Farooq Ahmed Shah Director SKICC, Dr GN Qasba, and Director, Postal Services Kashmir, Anil Sharma.
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