March 02, 2012

Indian Postal Life Insurance (PLI)

Indian Postal Life Insurance is a financial welfare scheme. It is also known as PLI i.e., Postal Life Insurance. It was introduced in 1884 by the Department of Posts, India. It was essentially introduced for the benefit of postal employees and later extended to the employees of Telegraph department in 1888. It is now covering employees of Central & State Governments, Central & State Public Sector undertakings, Universities, Educational institutions and local bodies. 
There are over 1,55,333 post offices in India. The Department of Posts has been allotted customer care number and Toll Free Number (155232 & 1800 180 5232) for the facility of Postal Life Insurance and Rural Postal Life Insurance policyholders or people planning to opt Post office life insurance. They can also go through post office life insurance review, quotes & use pli calculator to find Insurance premium and Post life insurance agents. 
Any complaint on the services rendered and concerning behavior of employees of the Department of Posts may be taken up with the Postmaster / In-charge of the Post Office where the transaction has taken place or The Post Master General/ Senior Superintendent / Superintendent of Post Offices in whose jurisdiction the Post Office concerned falls. 

The Postal Directorate,
Dak Bhavan,
New Delhi-110116.



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