Baramulla, Mar 24: The authorities in Union Territory of Jammu and Kashmir have decided to home deliver the pension of pensioners entitled with India post and keep five of its units functional for the consumers across north Kashmir amid the outbreak of novel Corona-virus.
According to Wire Service—Kashmir News Observer (KNO), an official said department will home deliver the pension and keep five units functional in north Kashmir.
An official of the India post said that the department has unanimously decided to home deliver the pension of all the pension holders who avail it from different central government schemes.
The official said that the spots chosen across north Kashmir include, Kupwara, Pattan, Sopore, Baramulla and Bandipora, all the selected offices will remain functional for important queries only. To make sure people don’t come out of their homes we have constituted some teams those will home deliver the pension to all those enrolled with India post, he said. He said that there are hundreds of people across the northern belt registered with India post who avail different benefits of centrally sponsored schemes.
Moreover, the official said that the move to home deliver the pension is amid to contain the spread of novel Corona-virus. He furthermore said that if there is any query to be addressed people can contact our higher ups of the department