Hasnain wants power projects back to J&K
STATE TIMES NEWS NEW DELHI: Jammu and Kashmir National Conference President and Member Parliament Dr Farooq Abdullah on Wednesday raised the issue of poor BSNL connectivity in the border areas of Jammu and Kashmir, saying the poor cellular, landline and net connectivity has become a source of inconvenience for the subscribers that demand immediate rectification. While speaking in Lok Sabha, Abdullah said the situation of BSNL connectivity in the border areas of the state has gone from bad to worst. “The people living in the far-flung border areas of the state maintain that the company has failed to come up with the expectations of the subscribers. “Day in and day out, the dismayed customers of BSNL complain of weak signal, call drops, poor connectivity in the areas. I urge the concerned ministry to look into the issue and pay heed to the grievances of the people living along Border areas in the state,” he said. NC MP from Anantnag Hasnain Masoodi raised the issue of increased power deficit in Jammu and Kashmir and said, “for the past few years the government has miserably failed to increase the power production in the state. Ever since BJP-PDP took reigns of the power, they have failed to add to the capacity of the existing pool of energy in the state. “I take this opportunity and impress upon the GOI to ensure power projects are returned to the state government.
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