Reply to Letter Seeking Information





This is a Reply to Letter Seeking Information.

21th April 2006.

From:

The General Manager,
Malaysia Telephone Company,
Malaysia.

To:

Mr. Anvita Singh,
13 Baal Kanga Road,
Sri Nagger Colony,
Malaysia.

Dear Mr. Anvita Singh,

I am in receipt of your letter dated 11th April 2006 in reference to which you are requested to fill in the required form at Khurshid Bhawan – Janpath and deposit the stipulated amount of $ 300 (Three hundred only) by bank draft to Malaysia Telephone Company.

With thanks.

Yours Sincerely,

(Signature of The General Manager)

S.B.KHURANA

The General Manager




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