Both Airtel and BSNL have betrayed the people of Padder: Dadwal
Kashmir News Trust Web Desk
Kishtwar: Expressing the anguish over telecom companies for their lackadaisical approach in providing proper mobile networking services in Padder area of District Kishtwar, Prakash Singh Dadwal, State Vice President of the National Students' Union of India (NSUI) Jammu and Kashmir, claimed that at the time of launching, Airtel provided excellent network to the villages, within one Km of aerial distance from tower, including Garh, Leoundi, Sanyas, Dhundhi, Hawarangwari, Hamirdrawn etc and more and more people became the customers of airtel, but after growing it's business form these villages, Airtel diverted the signal transmitting antenna from these villages and turned it on the other side. Now even after paying charge of 4G network, the people of these villages are unable to make a proper call even on 2G network.
Dadwal also lambasted BSNL and said that its network have touched a new low. It is poor connectivity that irritates the mobile users.
"Airtel as well as BSNL, both the companies have betrayed the people and public are very angry and if the company does not solve this problem then it will have serious repercussions,” he warned. (CNS)