DoP launches Greeting Post Service in JK
Jammu, Dec 18: The Department of Posts (DoP) today launched Greeting Post Service in Jammu and Kashmir.
"We are adding another feather to our cap as Department of Posts today launched Greeting Post Service in the state of Jammu and Kashmir", Chief Postmaster General, Jammu and Kashmir, John Samuel told reporters here this evening.
With Greeting Post, a new range of delightful greeting cards has been brought to the people of state by India Post, Samuel said.
He added that Greeting Post service is available in all the Head Post Offices and important post offices across the state.
Samuel said cards being sold by the India Post are designed by UNICEF, Help Age and Cry and priced between Rs 15 and Rs 20.
He said that special arrangements have been made for faster transmission and delivery of these cards.
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