District: Pakistan Post advance on modern lines to meet challenges: DG Post

March 19, 2013 Off By Web Desk

Sialkot: Director General Pakistan Post Syed Ghulam Panjtan Rizvi has said that Pakistan Post was being advanced on modern lines to meet the global challenges, besides, improving its collective efficiency and quality for providing the better services to the nation on nominal charges.

He stated this while addressing an important meeting of Sialkot business community held at SCCI Auditorium after formally launching a commemorative postage stamp of SCCI issued by the Pakistan Post acknowledging the 30 years long meritorious services rendered by Sialkot Chamber of Commerce and Industry SCCI during a special ceremony held on Tuesday. He said that the Pakistan Post delivers as many as 400 million letters in the country every year, as there were 9000 post offices in rural areas of the country and 3000 post offices in urban parts of country, as the organization was going in financial loss in the rural areas but still striving to reach ever where, where no one reaches.

He said that the Pakistan Post has yet delivered the money orders worth of Rs. 1.10 billion among the beneficiaries of Benazir Income Support Programme BISP. He said that now Pakistan Post has stepped into the electrical developmental era and it has launched electronic money order service at the GPOs in the big cities of Pakistan including Karachi, Islamabad and Lahore for entertaining the people, in this regard.