Kohima, March 16: Nagaland Minister for Planning & Coordination, Land Revenue and Parliamentary Affairs, Neiba Kronu has sought the intervention of the Union Ministry of Electronics and Information Technology to improve the mobile and internet services in the state.
In a letter addressed to the Union Minister of Electronics and Information Technology, Ravi Shankar Prasad today, Kronu said the mobile network service providers presently providing services in Nagaland are not performing well and the network connectivity has deteriorated and is becoming worse day by day, Kronu apprised the Union Minister through the letter.
Maintaining that for the past few months people are facing lots of difficulties in using their cell phones, Kronu said the students and teaching communities are also facing problems in their academic online classes, banks, post offices, transport agencies etc. are also badly affected due to the erratic network connectivity.
“The user cannot download the important files, converse properly or make calls and can hardly make transactions in the bank and this is hampering the day to day activities, he said.
Expressing that the public are about to come out to the street for agitation against the poor mobile services in the State, the Minister requested the Ministry of Electronics and Information Technology, Department of Telecommunication “to kindly look into the matter and do the needful to improve the mobile and internet services in the state”. (Page News Service)