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Report No. 38

129. Telegrams sent by post in places where there is no telegraph office.-

Regarding telegrams, the following suggestion has been made1:-

"At present, telegrams are being sent by ordinary tappal in place where the telegraph offices are not provided. In such cases the telegram will be delivered later than an ordinary letter. It is, therefore, suggested, that provision may be made either in the Act or rules for delivering telegrams by special messengers on payment of a nominal fee from the addressee for such special delivery".

The suggestion really pertains to rules under the Indian Telegraph Act2. Hence, an amendment in the Post Office Act is not required.

1. S. No. 114 (A State Government).

2. The India Telegraphs Act, 1885 (13 of 1885), section 7(2).

Indian Post Office Act, 1898 Back

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