Indian Post Office Lauded After Delivering Letter On Time Despite Wrong Address And Name

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Indian Post gets lauded by a Twitter user who praises them for delivering his letters on time despite it having an incomplete address. Read on to know more.

Written By Shreshtha Chaudhury | Mumbai | Updated On:
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With the advancement of technology, the mode of communication is becoming a lot more feasible. But there are still some people who depend on the Indian postal services when it comes to delivering their important messages or couriers. It cannot be denied that the Indian Post has served the nation dutifully for several years when it comes to communication. 

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A Twitter user praised the Indian Post for delivering his letter on time

However, it seems that the Indian Post Office has still not backed down from showcasing the utmost efficiency in their work. A recent commendable act of the Indian Post has also proved this. Recently, a Twitter user took to his social media handle to praise the Indian Post for delivering his letter on time despite it having an incomplete address and details. Take a look at his tweet. 

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Some other netizens also became nostalgic and lauded the Indian Post

He goes on to praise the Indian Post for delivering the letter at his residential address on time against all odds and that too in time. It soon happened that all the other netizens went on to share their stories wherein they were in awe of the efficiency of the Indian Post. Check out some of the tweets.

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