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Post Office Releases Stamps of Chhota Rajan and Munna Bajrangi

Usually, postal stamps are issued on important dignitaries, monuments or famous personalities. They are issued for the people who have contributed for the cause of the nation. But, in ‘New India’ postal stamps are being published for Dons. This has been done by Kanpur Postal Office.

the Postal Office printed postage stamps carrying pictures of underworld don Chhota Rajan and gangster Munna Bajrangi, who was killed inside Baghpat jail in July 2018.

According to the sources, a youth from Kanpur’s Kalyanpur got the photographs of the two criminals printed under the scheme and it was done at the GPO in Kanpur’s Bara Chauraha locality.

The youth is a scribe associated with a Hindi daily and claimed later that he had done it to expose the workings of the post office. 

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