Srinagar- In a bizarre incident, a Srinagar based journalist allegedly received clothes instead of Cashew nuts in a parcel sent from Goa.
Syed Shahriyar, an independent journalist told Kashmir Observer that his uncle sent him a parcel of cashew nuts from Mupasa, Goa.
“When I opened the parcel, I was surprised to see instead of cashews, the bag was full of clothes”.
Shahriyar said the parcel was sent on 15th July, 2022 from Mupasa Post Office and his uncle had ensured that it was completely sealed at the time of the posting.
The parcel was sent on 15th of july 2022 from Mapusa post office which was fully sealed at the time of posting and was handed over to the post office,this seems the parcel was broken by @IndiaPostOffice while removing the cashew nuts and filling the parcel with clothes. pic.twitter.com/6RbUdw2UiN
— Syed Shahriyar (@shahriyarsyed1) July 23, 2022
Shahriyar took to micro blogging site Twitter and tagged India Post to which they replied “We are sorry to hear about your experience and send us the details via direct message”
Although India Post has responded on twitter but my problem has not been solved as of now” he said.
“We’re sorry to hear about your experience. We would like to address your concerns on top priority. Please share us your 13 digit Alphanumeric Tracking No. and your Phone number,” India Post responded to Shahriyar’s tweet.
We’re sorry to hear about your experience. We would like to address your concerns on top priority. Please share us your 13 digit Alphanumeric Tracking No. and your Phone number via DM.
— India Post (@IndiaPostOffice) July 23, 2022
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