News Desk, Amar Ujala, Kanpur
Updated Mon, 28 Dec 2020 04:44 PM IST
The stamps in the name of Chhota Rajan and Munna Bajrangi
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A plan of the Department of Posts in Kanpur, Uttar Pradesh, has shown great negligence. The stamps of Chhota Rajan and Munna Bajrangi were printed under the ‘My Stamp’ scheme of the Indian Postal Department. The 12 postage stamps of five rupees belong to Chhota Rajan and 12 Munna Bajrangi. The postal department was paid a fixed fee of Rs 600 for this. Before printing postage stamps under the scheme, neither the photographs were examined nor any certificate was sought.
There was a stir due to the issuance of postage stamp in the name of Mafia
The postal stamp of the mafia has stirred the entire postal department. Please tell that Mafia Munna Bajrangi was murdered on 9 July 2018 in Baghpat Jail. On the other hand, Chhota Rajan was arrested from Bali in 2015 and brought to India. He is currently in Tihar Jail.
You also know what is my stamp scheme
The My Stamp Scheme was launched in 2011. Under this, any person can issue 12 my stamps (postage stamps) containing his pictures by paying a fee of just Rs 300. These are valid like other postage stamps. With them, you can send mail to any corner of the country. To get my stamp made, passport size photo and complete details have to be given. A form is filled, in which complete information has to be given. In whose name the stamp is being issued, it is necessary to survive. The person also has to go to the postal department for verification.
This matter will be investigated. If any departmental employee is found guilty during the investigation, action will be taken against him. Jo My stamp (postage stamp) has been made by mafia. This is an attempt to tarnish the image of the department and nothing else. Whose photo is being printed from next will be taken care of.
Himanshu Kumar Mishra, Select Superintendent Department of Posts