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Government of India in-operational mailboxes – Notification to NIC

Dear Sir / Ma’am,

This is to bring to your attention that many rather most of the mailboxes of ministers and public servants are either found to be full or in-operational. Hence messages sent to them are returned un-delivered. This has been observed for more than 7 years.

One such non-delivery status has been inserted at the end of the message below (—–) line. The email address is pkm@sansad.nic.in belongs the Finance Minister Mr. Pranav Mukherjee and was taken from the website of Ministry of Finance http://finmin.nic.in/fm_pranab_mukherjee.asp . Several emails were sent to this email address all returned un-delivered.

You are requested to take the following steps and let us have a copy of the action taken by your office / concerned authorities:

  1. Check all websites and email addresses of all ministries of Govt. of India and ensure that correct and operational email addresses are provided
  2. If the email addresses do not exist, create mailboxes for them
  3. If the mailboxes are full and emails are not being checked by the concerned office of the ministry, please notify them
  4. Ensure that the websites have email addresses correctly mentioned. Incorrect email addresses / contact information may be removed

I know, it will not be easy to get this job done from corrupt politicians and bureaucrats… but this time people of India are very much ALIVE & DETERMINED

In case no action is taken within 3 days, a complaint of providing false contact information may be registered. In case my message is found offensive, kindly file a complaint against me. I shall do my duty, you may do your’s

This message is also published across internet on various blogs, social websites & forums
To: National Informatics Center
CC: Supreme Court of India, Delhi Police

जय हिंद
सत्यमेव जयते

  1. Sanjeeb
    March 4, 2011 at 8:38 am

    We are eager to know the result of this.

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