Postal bags sent in passenger buses from Jaffna to Vavuniyaa

[TamilNet, Thursday, 15 October 2009, 17:54 GMT]
After a long time postal bags from Jaffna were sent in Sri Lanka Transport Board (SLTB) passenger buses to Vavuniyaa through A9 road after being inspected by Sri Lanka Army (SLN) and police in the check post located in Jaffna Sinhalese Maha Viththiyaalyam precinct, sources in Jaffna said. The postal bags transported with SLA and police guards will be handed over to postal authorities in Vavuniyaa who will send them to other places in the country, the sources added

42 Mail bags were sent in SLTB passenger buses to Vavuniyaa for the first time via A9 road after a long time.

The mail to and from Jaffna were transported in ships when the A9 road was closed by the SLA.

The same procedure is to be followed in Vavuniyaa when mail is transported to Jaffna.

It will be first checked by SLA and police and then transported in SLTB passenger busses to Jaffna with guards.

 

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