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Federal Minister for Postal Services, Maulana Ameer Zaman Bukhari on Monday said that the government had no plan to privatize Pakistan Post.

Addressing a press conference, the Minister said that there was no proposal under consideration to privatize Pakistan Post, clarifying that there was no reality in the news regarding the privatization of the Pakistan Post.

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About 47,348 employees are working in Pakistan Post and the government is making efforts to improve the efficiency of the department under Prime Minister Postal Reforms Agenda.

He said that the Reforms agenda was under process for the last three years, adding that the approved reform-agenda includes Mobile Money Solution (MMS), Pakistan Post Logistic Company, re-branding of Pakistan Post, initiatives through the public-private partnership and many other reforms as well.

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