Chandigarh, Oct 16 (UNI) All post offices in Haryana would be computerised in order to provide better facilities to the people of the state.
This was announced by Chief Post Master Prithviraj Kumar while addressing a gathering at a Small Saving Camp held in Chandrawal village in Fatehabad district today.
He said Chandrawal village, having 350 houses and about 2000 population, was the second village of the state where all the residents had opened their saving accounts in the post office.
He said the villagers had made a record by opening 1000 accounts under the Small Saving Scheme. Hindalwala village of Fatehabad district had been the first village of the state in which all the residents had opened their Small Savings Account in the post office.
Mr Kumar said a total number of 438 main post offices were being computerised for giving better services to the people.
Besides this, about 2200 mini post offices would also be computerised in the state.