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Mails (Ceylon)

Volume 380: debated on Wednesday 17 June 1942

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asked the Postmaster-General why no mail from home has been delivered in Colombo since Christmas, 1941?

The hon. Member must have been misinformed. Ninety-nine mails of various kinds have been despatched from this country to Ceylon since 1st January, 1942, of which 64 are known to have already arrived and one only is known to have been lost. I hope to hear of the safe arrival of the remainder in due course. I have no reason to think that correspondence has not been duly delivered.