Countrywide postal services were affected today because of the 48-hour token strike launched by members of the United Postal Trade Union’s Front, Post Master General Rohana Abeyratne said.
He said the work stoppage had affected the entire postal system including the ‘Speed Post’ courier service. (By Thilanka Kanakarathna)
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ED Wednesday, 14 June 2017 05:26 AM
THEY NEVER WORKED !!!!! SO WHY DO YOU SAY SHUT DOWN ?????? THEY WERE LIKE SHUT DOWN !!!!!! THE DELIVERY OF POST WERE NOT ACCURATE AND WERE NOT DONE PROPERLY ON DAILY BASE !!!!! THEY EVEN DISCARDED MILLIONS OF POST UNDELIVERED !!!!! THEY EFFICENTCY IS ONLY 10% THE 90% OF THE DAY ONLY GOSSIPING / SHOPPING / HAVING BREAKS / .... IF YOU CHECK THE CLEANLINESS COMPARED TO FOREIGN POST OFFICES WE ARE LIKE MEETHOTAMULLA !!!!!!!!! WE SPEND FOR NOTHING. IF YOU JUST VIST THE POST OFFICE OBSERVE THE WORKERS THEN YOU COULD CONCLUDE THEIR ENVIRONMENT !!!!!! BUT THEY WILL NOT MISS ANY FESTIVAL SUCH AS SINHALA/TAMIL NEW YEAR, CHRISTMAS ETC.... WITH A DONATION SHEET !!!!! WHICH INDICATES MINIMUM RS 500/ FROM EACH HOUSE ??????? BUT WHEN YOU CHECK THEY ONLY DELIVER 12 LETTERS TO EACH HOUSE PER YEAR !!!!!
ceylon Tuesday, 13 June 2017 02:35 PM
anyway postal service no need anymore.by closing billions save for the public. via DM Android App
mohan Tuesday, 13 June 2017 06:04 PM
it's need lot of improvement , defiantly we need them
stanley Tuesday, 13 June 2017 08:20 PM
Government need to listen to the signals given by the strikers and act wisely, so that no one is inconvenienced. Any unjust decision by the Government will definitely create never ending problems to Sri Lankans.
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