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Report No. 38

18. Section 2(1)- "Postmaster-General".-

A suggestion has been, made1 to re-define the expression "Postmaster-General", in view of certain changes in the instructure of the Department and in the nomenclature of its officers.

The suggestion states

(i) that there are no longer any "Deputy Postmaster-General", who are replaced by "Directors", and

(ii) that the Postmaster-General is incharge of a Postal Circle, and further, that in some circles, there is no Postmaster-General, but only a Director of postal Services or a Director of Telegraph holds charge. In order, therefore, to have a better legal authority, the expression "Postmaster-General" should be redefined, as the "Head of a Postal circle including a Director of Posts and Telegraphs or any other officer exercising the powers of the Postmaster-General."

This is an administrative matter, and we make no recommendation thereon.

1. S. No. 96 (Suggestion of the Department).

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