Letters found in the bush on the bank of Tamasa, postman suspended

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Ahraula. Macbook, ATM card, checkbook and Police Bond sent to the Ahraula post office were dumped in the bush on the banks of the Tamsa River near the cremation site in Pakhanpur. Someone went viral on their video. When the Senior Postal Superintendent found out about this, he investigated the matter. The investigation revealed that it was only a Group D employee who threw it. The department has suspended the negligent employee.
According to the information, many important documents from the postal department were found on the banks of the Tamsa River, about two kilometers from the Ahraula post office. After seeing the pile of papers, the people of the nearby village made a video of it and made it go viral. When they received this information, there was excitement among the department staff. However, the names and addresses of the bystanders were mentioned in the records and documents. This also includes the documents for the letter of membership. In such a situation, it is clear that the postal department is playing with the future of many people. When the chief postal inspector, Yogendra Maurya, found out about this, he immediately reached the bank of the Tamasa River, retrieved the records that had been thrown in the bush, and initiated an investigation into the case. Yogendra Maurya said that Suraj, a Group D employee at the Ahraula Post Office, dumped these notes here. Because of this negligence, he was suspended from duty. The matter is still under investigation as to why he should throw the notes here.

Ahraula. Macbook, ATM card, checkbook and Police Bond sent to the Ahraula post office were dumped in the bush on the banks of the Tamsa River near the cremation site in Pakhanpur. Someone went viral on their video. When the Senior Postal Superintendent found out about this, he investigated the matter. The investigation revealed that it was only a Group D employee who threw it. The department has suspended the negligent employee.

According to the information, many important documents from the postal department were found on the banks of the Tamsa River, about two kilometers from the Ahraula post office. After seeing the pile of papers, the people of the nearby village made a video of it and made it go viral. When they received this information, there was excitement among the department staff. However, the names and addresses of the bystanders were mentioned in the records and documents. This also includes the documents for the letter of admission. In such a situation, it is clear that the postal department is playing with the future of many people. When the chief postal inspector, Yogendra Maurya, found out about this, he immediately reached the bank of the Tamasa River, retrieved the records that had been thrown in the bush, and initiated an investigation into the case. Yogendra Maurya said that Suraj, a Group D employee at the Ahraula Post Office, dumped these notes here. Because of this negligence, he was suspended from duty. The matter is still under investigation as to why he should throw the notes here.

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( News Source – Amar Ujala )

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