KATHMANDU, April 28: The General Post Office has begun mobile postal services to locals aimed at providing fast and prompt services.
The office today began the services aimed at reaching the information to the doorsteps of the locals in Kathmandu valley.
Minister for Information and Communications Surendra Kumar Karki today launched the service and urged all to make the postal service reliable and qualitative.
He added that the Ministry was working out to make the postal service attractive and the first choice of the employees.
The Information Minister added that such services would be extended in other parts of the country in future. It is stated that three vehicles will be mobilized for the mobile service.
According to sources, the Route 1 vehicle will proceed from the General Post Office and will reach the Employees Provident Fund Office Thamel, the Passport Division, Department of Mines and Geology, the Department of Inland Revenue, Bansbari Area Post Office, Baluwatar Post Office, CIAA Office, Police Headquarters, Postal Plaza Dillibazaar, Immigration Department, Public Service Commission, District Administration Office, Supreme Court and again reach the General Post Office, Sundhara.
The Route 2 vehicle will run from the District Post Office Lalitpur and then to Lalitpur Metropolitan Office, Staff College Jawalakhel, Patan Industrial Zone and will end reaching Tripureshwar.
Similarly, the Route 3 bus will start its services from Babarmahal and will reach Baneshwar, Koteshwar, Thimi and conclude its journey reaching to Bhaktapur Post Office. RSS