The postal department in Kanpur of Uttar Pradesh has released the stamps of underworld don Chhota Rajan and mafia Munna Bajrangi. A postage stamp has been released from the main post office of underworld don Chhota Rajan and Munna Bajrangi, killed in UP’s Baghpat jail. These postage stamps have been issued under the Postal Department’s scheme My Stamp. Chief Post Master Himanshu Mishra of Kanpur said that the postal department provides the facility of obtaining ‘My Stamp’ by submitting a form with ID. Our employees should be careful in verifying the photos. In this case, Post Master General of the Department of Posts, VK Verma said that investigation will be taken and action will be taken against the culprits.
The central government launched the My Stamp Scheme in the year 2017. Under this, any person can print 12 postage stamps containing his or her family’s photos. For this, a fee of Rs 300 has to be paid. These postage stamps are valid like other stamps. To get these made, the applicant has to give passport size photo and details. The postage stamp is made only of the living person, for which he has to come to the postal department himself for verification.
A postal stamp has been issued from the head post office of Kanpur in the name of underworld don Chhota Rajan and Munna Bajrangi killed in UP’s Baghpat jail. The 12 postage stamps of five rupees belong to Chhota Rajan and 12 Munna Bajrangi. The postal department was paid a fixed fee of Rs 600 for this. The post master general of the postal department, VK Verma, said that under the rule, the person issuing the ticket has to come to the post office himself. His photo is taken via webcam. He said that if stamps have been issued in the name of a goon or mafia, then action will be taken against the culprits after examining it.