Mela creates awareness on Postal Life Insurance scheme
Mokokchung, January 18: India Post, Nagaland Division organized a Postal Life and Rural Postal Life Insurance Mela at Infinity Hall, Longkumer Kilem, Mokokchung on January 16 with Som Kamei (IPos), Director Postal Services, Nagaland as the chief guest.
The mela was organized mainly to create awareness about the insurance scheme of India Post and its benefit. A good number of customers attended the mela. A press release issued by Razuzakie Phinyo, Inspector of Postal Services, (PG), Kohima stated that there was good response from the customers and 27 policies for sum assured of Rs. 32,00,000 (Thirty two lakhs) were sold during the mela and policy documents were also distributed to the new policy holders by the Director at the end of the programme.
Som Kamei (IPos), Director Postal Services in his speech exhorted his staffs and asked them to work sincerely and to publicize the benefits of the insurance scheme to the people. In addition to informing the audience about Postal Life and Rural Postal Life Insurance, he also stressed about the uncertainty of life and underlined the importance of insurance cover for everyone, irrespective of their financial status. He highlighted the efforts of department of posts for financial inclusion in rural and tribal areas.
Aleminla, Br. Postmaster, Mangmetong Branch Post office gave the presentation on PLI/RPLI in local dialect. She highlighted on the benefits of Postal Life Insurance and Rural Postal Life Insurance. She also emphasized that India Post, Nagaland Division with 327 Post Offices in the state provides the customer wide range of choice of paying the insurance premium on time at any of the branches. The programme ended with a vote of thanks proposed by Narola Jamir, Postmaster, Mokokchung, Mukhya Dak Ghar.
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