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Chaina turns China, Pnb parcel reaches Beijing


CHANDIGARH: A parcel containing blood power medications despatched by a woman to her mother in a Punjab village landed up in China in a blunder of the Sector 17 basic submit office this is going to price it Rs five,000.

Chaina in Jaito tehsil, Faridkot, was wrong as China, the submit office mentioned in its reply to the notice issued by District Consumer Disputes Redressal Forum at the criticism of Balwinder Kaur, a resident of New Darshani Bagh, Manimajra. “On tracking the consignment number via Internet, I used to be shocked to note that the parcel reached Beijing owing to incorrect sorting of the personnel on the submit office and now not reading the right kind deal with,” Kaur mentioned. She had despatched the parcel via registered submit on January 18, 2018, from the Raj Bhawan department of the submit office. The parcel saved transferring from Chandigarh and Delhi and was in China from January 19, 2018, to January 27, 2018. Finally, Kaur were given it back on January 31, 2018.

In their defence, the government mentioned the central government or its postal officials are exempted from any legal responsibility for loss, mis-delivery of prolong or damage to any postal article in course of transmission by submit as in line with Section 6 of Indian Post Office Act.

‘Delivery Chaina’ led to confusion

The government mentioned “after writing the entire deal with, Kaur once more wrote the phrases, “transport Chaina”, developing the confusion. They denied there was any deficiency in provider or unfair trade follow on their section, a line of argument the discussion board did not purchase.


“Instead of apologising for its mistake in spite of admitting the parcel was despatched to a incorrect vacation spot, the submit office is blaming the complainant, announcing she deliberately added the last lines/phrases for causes best known to her,” the discussion board mentioned. “Post office officials have proven its negligent and lethargic work culture by taking a plea that due to heavy rush of work, it has grow to be routine for transport personnel to learn the last lines of the deal with so as to deliver articles. It has been showed by officials that only after handing over the parcel to the state or the country, further deal with is to be checked to further rout the parcel for right kind transport.”


The discussion board further mentioned, “Since officials have authorised the postal article from the complainant on considered necessary fee, the officials had been required to render fault-free and efficient products and services in the form of handing over the article on time, which they've miserably failed.”


It was held the act of now not handing over the parcel at the right kind discussed deal with and unnecessarily forcing the complainant to take pleasure in unwarranted litigation amounted to deficiency in provider and unfair trade follow, which indisputably immense physical and psychological harassment to her. They had been asked to pay up Rs five,000.




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