Applicant claimed that 14 registered letters were returned undelivered by the postman with different reasons while the addressees were present at the address - CIC: As stated by PIO’s representative, enquire into the matter & provide a copy of the report
The appellant has sought following information pertaining to the Post Office “GPR Engineering College SO – 518 007”
a. No. of Registered/ Speed Post letter addressed to M Raffath Anjum, M Md Shafiulla, M Arjumand Banu or M A K Naveed, residents of the address at # 4-215, Shilpa Singapore Township, G P R Engineering College SO, Kurnool, which were ‘attempted for delivery’ during the Period from 01/06/14 to 15/03/15
b. Status of each of such Registered/ Speed Post letter is the following format:
Registered Speed post no.
Addressed to whom? (M Raffath Anjum/ M Md Shafiulla/ M Arjumand Banu/ M A K Naveed)
Status – Delivered/ Returned
Date of Delivery in case the article was delivered
Remarks of the postman in case the article was returned or unserved
c. Photocopies of delivery slips of the postmen working at “GPR Engineering College SO” pertaining to the dates 18/08/2014, 25/08/2014 & 30/08/2014.
Grounds for the Second Appeal:
The CPIO has not provided the desired information.
Relevant Facts emerging during Hearing:
The following were present Appellant: Mr. T Mohammed Farooq through VC Respondent: Mr. C. Srinivas CPIO’s representative through VC
The applicant stated that 14 registered letters posted by him between 01/06/14 to 15/03/15 were returned undelivered by the postman with different reasons. He submitted that the addressees were very much present at the address but it appears that the postman connived with the addressees and returned his articles. The CPIO’s representative stated that if the applicant makes a complaint and furnishes copy of envelopes which were returned undelivered he will get the matter enquired into and provide a report to him.
As stated by the CPIO’s representative he should get the matter enquired into and provide a copy of the report within 30 days from the date the applicant’s complaint is received along with copy of envelopes which were returned.
The appeal is disposed of accordingly.