Lok Sabha Speaker Sumitra Mahajan, who today inaugurated seven Wi-Fi hotspot of BSNL in Madhya Pradesh, said the government was constantly endeavouring to improve the condition of the public sector telecom firm. She chaired a meeting hosted by BSNL chairman and MD Anupam Shrivastava, in which several MPs from the state were also present, said G C Pandey, General Manager of the MP circle of BSNL. Also Read - BSNL launches a new cheap Rs 499 broadband plan to take on Airtel Xtreme, JioFiberAlso Read - BSNL offers 100 minutes free calling with select plans to aid COVID-19, Cyclone Tauktae affected users
One of the Wi-Fi hospots inaugurated by the Speaker is at Potlod village in Indore district which she has adopted under the Sansad Adarsh Gram Yojna. At the meeting with top officers of BSNL and the MPs, Mahajan said, “BSNL plays an important role in the telecom sector of the country. The government is taking every necessary step to improve its condition.” Also Read - BSNL Rs 197 prepaid plan introduced, 4 prepaid plans discontinued
Kantilal Bhuria, Congress MP from Jhabua-Ratlam, told reporters afterwards that he raised the issue of poor BSNL network in the state at the meeting. “It was harming BSNL’s image, and a collusion between its officers and the private telecom operators may be responsible for this,” he said.