Pakistan Post pays 8.8m to advertising agency under Ombudsman intervention

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City Reporter

Murtaza Ali Kalas, CEO of Graymatter Communication Advertising Agency filed a complaint against Pakistan Post for unjust delay in payment of outstanding dues.

He stated that a number of advertisements of Ministry of Postal Services were published through Press Information Department but after lapse of more than three years, the Agency has failed to make payments, hence approached the office of Federal Ombudsman for the resolution of his grievances.

The Agency stated that some discrepancies has been found in the invoices of the complainant by non-observance of 25% prescribed quota for publication for regional newspapers, ever otherwise the claim is more than the prescribed quota.

The Pakistan Post referred the matter to the Ministry. During hearing proceedings the representative of the Ministry of Communications was asked to resolve the issue with a week.

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