Islamabad: An urgent mail sent from Pakistan`s Toba Tek Singh town to Karachi 20 years ago in 1991 has finally been delivered.
The urgent mail reached Wednesday, Dawn reported Thursday.
Rafiq Chishti, who had waited endlessly to receive the mail, said his parents had sent his academic certificates to him in Karachi in 1991. He was studying in a seminary and the documents were required to apply for a job.
The documents were posted through the Urgent Mail Service. It`s a postal department service for quick delivery.
The mail didn`t reach him and he made several representations to the authorities, but to no avail.
Chishti said he was informed Wednesday by the present occupant of his Karachi residence that his mail had reached.