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Malaysian officials clear up 'mail dumping ground' in KL

Published on Jul 22, 2013 5:23 PM
 

KUALA LUMPUR (THE STAR/ ASIA NEWS NETWORK) - Malaysian postal officials have retrieved the last of the undelivered mail reportedly dumped by lazy postmen in a ravine near a posh Kuala Lumpur residential estate.

Following reports that a dumping ground for mail had been discovered at Ukay Heights in Ampang, Pos Malaysia sent about 50 Pos Malaysia workers to the area to recover the letters.

A check by The Star at 8.30am on Sunday found three Pos Malaysia vans stationed nearby. Staff first inspected the area before descending the ravine to collect the undelivered letters. The task was completed two hours after it began.

Pos Malaysia chairman Tan Sri Khamil Jamil and group CEO Datuk Iskandar Mizal Mahmood were at the site to supervise and monitor the operations.

A Pos Malaysia staff member collecting the discarded letters and packages at Ukay Heights in Ampang, Selangor. Malaysian postal officials have retrieved the last of the undelivered mail reportedly dumped by lazy postmen in a ravine near a posh Kuala Lumpur residential estate. -- PHOTO: STAR / ASIA NEWS NETWORK
 
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