Postal services in Srinagar have resumed to fully benefit the people of the Union Territory (UT). Previously, despite the epidemic, the General Post Office (GPO) in Srinagar maintained to provide limited services to ensure that the residents of the Valley had at least basic services.
The GPO is extremely important in the lives of ordinary people. As a result, a great number of individuals visit the GPO on a daily basis to take use of numerous services. The mail services were disrupted on a considerable scale as a result of the COVID-19 and the subsequent lockdown, and the inhabitants faced hardships.
All postal services have now been restored by the authorities. “I’d want to congratulate the GPO administration for working during the epidemic and ensuring that all of our vital mails reach us on time,” remarked customer Athar Rashid.
Syed Javaid, a GPO user, added to this by saying, “The postal service is crucial, especially when we need to obtain medicines from other countries. Private couriers are extremely expensive and frequently unavailable. I’m relieved that the postal service has been restored to full capacity.”
“We will work with the personnel to ensure that the service is not disrupted again,” he added.
Staff attendance at the main branch Srinagar (GPO) was just 50% last month, but it is now increasing. Customers are also getting improved service, whether it’s money orders, speed mail, Aadhaar card updates, or the delivery of vital medical packages.
Indian Post officials have updated the infrastructure to help customers even more. Customers have been able to take advantage of all of the GPO’s services under one roof as a result of this.
The Chief Post Master General of the Jammu and Kashmir circle, Shailendra Dashora, stated, “We’ve had to reduce our services in the past due of the fatal illness, but we’ve never had to close. All services have now been restored, and we are operating at full capacity.”
“We also prepared for customised trucks during the time when all transportation was shut down so that people’s critical medicines or important business consignments would not be delayed,” he added.
“We are following all standards, including wearing masks and keeping social distances, for the protection of our clients and our employees,” he added.
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