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EMS Held by Mumbai Customs

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alhajri

Hello,

 

I have one shipment EMS No. EA118167834CN this is the tracking result, what to do?

 

2015-05-11 14:48:00 GUANGZHOU Posting

2015-05-11 15:31:00 City of Guangzhou Despatch from Sorting Center

2015-05-11 16:35:00 GUANGZHOU Arrival at Sorting Center

2015-05-12 01:37:00 GUANGZHOU Despatch from Sorting Center

2015-05-14 07:42:00 REPUBLIC OF INDIA MUMBAI PAR Arrival at Sorting Center

2015-05-14 11:47:00 REPUBLIC OF INDIA MUMBAI PAR Handed over to Customs

 

 

I do not understand what to do now, can somebody please help me

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MANOJ B. PATEL

Dear member,

Similar queries are discussed in forum earlier so kindly take some trouble to search.

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alhajri

the problem is I am not From India

I use my India Aramex Account , coz it closer country to china

to speed up the process

 

any another solution ??

 

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the problem is I am not From India

I use my India Aramex Account , coz it closer country to china

to speed up the process

 

any another solution ??

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MANOJ B. PATEL

Dear member,

 

(1)Enquire with the Mumbai Customs.

(2)Make detailed representation to Mumbai Customs.

(3)Follow it up with RTI and seek details of further disposal of the consignment by Customs.

 

 

For guidance in writing and submitting RTI Applications, please refer to following links.

 

HOW TO WRITE RTI APPLICATION.

 

 

CENTRAL/STATE RTI RULES- GUIDE.

 

 

HOW TO SUBMIT RTI APPLICATION.

 

 

RTI TIME SCHEDULE.

 

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alhajri

thanks boss

 

the God blessed you

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MANOJ B. PATEL

Thank you very much for blessing. I am very glad as you are satisfied.

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Prasad GLN

There must be on line complaint system in their portal. Please search relevant website and also lodge complaint. (and atleast you can talk to concerned with such telephone numbers available in CONTACTS.)

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karira

Thread moved to "Non RTI issues" section of the portal

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MANOJ B. PATEL

Dear member;

Kindly refer to following link also.

 

PAS

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