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Address proof card issued by India Post only for Rs.250/-
Many working people often shift their houses. For them, it is difficult
to produce an address proof issued by Government with latest address.
Our India Post (Post Office) has come up with a solution.
Now you can get an address proof along with your photo from India post.
Since the ID proof is issued by India post which is a Central Government
organization, it is similar to other ID cards like Driving license,
Voters ID etc. It can be used for opening bank accounts, for getting
telephone and gas connections etc.
The total cost for getting this ID card is Rs.250/ (Rs.10 for
application and Rs.240/- processing fee).
Do inform everybody. This is very useful.
For more details enquire in the nearest post office.

From India, Mumbai

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A very helpful information of people like me who frequently shift jobs in various places of india. To get a gas connection and other facilities it is really pathetic.
A very good piece of information. thanks to the team.

From United Arab Emirates, Dubai
can you please specify that on which locations this is applicable because i am trying to apply for the same in Delhi but comes to know it is not been started in Delhi. So I request all while posting these articles kindly mention location also so there is no confusion.
Regards
Shweta

From India, Gurgaon
Shweta...............wo Post office se start hua hai................Delhi se nahi.........hehehehehehehehehehe ;)
From India, Pune
Roshni raelly its very important and helpful information you provided, n will try to spread it to the Indian as much as I can .... All the Best n Keep Such Important Postings............
From India, Mumbai
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