Srinagar:- After the restoration of mobile internet service the BSNL authorities have rendered broadband service in Humhama areas in areas lying on left and right side of the Srinagar Airport right from Humhama Railway Bridge upto Friends Enclaves, a residential hub of top serving and retired bureaucrats, former ministers and sitting legislators.
Several serving bureaucrats and sitting legislators called up KNS news room and alleged that from the day mobile service has been restored the BSNL authorities are repeatedly disconnecting broad band service which has put people in the entire Humhama area to lot of inconveniences. They claimed to have brought the issue to the notice of higher authorities of BSNL Kashmir but despite assurances the broadband service is disconnected more than a dozen times every day.
Despite repeated attempts BSNL office couldnt be contacted.
BSNL splashes unethical, immoral messages to subscribers
Subscribers threaten surrender of SIM cards
The government owned BSNL telecommunication is splashing unethical and immoral messages to spread waywardness among youth in Kashmir.
A legion of aggrieved subscribers called on KNS office said that they had agitated the splashing of immoral and unethical messages through newspapers few months back and BSNL had stopped splashing such objectionable messages to subscribers, but now BSNL has revived the objectionable practice of splashing unethical and immoral messages on mobile phones of subscribers.
Angered by the objectionable practices of BSNL, the subscribers threatened to surrender SIM card and choose for some other mobile services to get rid off the unethical practices of BSNL subscribers.
Repeated attempts of to reach BSNL authorities to know their responses to mass complaints of subscribes failed. (KNS)
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