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Mohmand political alliance protest against suspension of mobile service

Mohmand political alliance  protest against suspension of mobile service
April 20, 2017

GHALANAI, 20 April: Mohmand Seyasi Itehad on Thursday staged a protest demonstration over suspension of phone services in the Mohmand Agency. All the mobile phone companies have suspended their service in the entire tribal region since a month. Mobile phone service still not restored after passing one month the tribal region causing worse effect on the tribesmen and business activities in the tribal region.

It will be mentioned here that the authorities on March, 15 evening suspended all mobile phone services throughout the entire tribal agency without any notice and unknown reason at once.

The subscribers of different mobile phone companies suddenly found their services snapped. Authorities did not say any statements in this regard however an official of a cell tower said that they were directed to suspend all their phone services in the area.

Mohmand Seyasi Ittehad President Mohamad Saeed Khan, General Secretary Sajid Khan , PTI leader Sajjad Khan, PPP workers protest a demonstration in front of Mohmand press club here at Ghalanai on the other day.

Sajid Khan warned that they would starts shutter down strike tehsil wise in the agency and blocked all the roads in the area. They said that in this modern age the phone services has been disconnected without any reason and information’s which is adversely affecting the life and business activities of the people of the area.

Political leaders demanded of the high ups to restore phone service immediately to facilitate the tribesmen. They complained that students and educated youths were unaware to apply for their jobs and those who have applied they were not contacted on mobile phone due suspension of services.

Mohammad Farooq Khan a student told that the services were postponed a month ago which is still postponed and they were facing difficulties to contact their relatives and friends as well as in the tribal region.

He said that services of all the phones company like Telenor, Mobil ink, Warid and Ufone suspended while internet was restored now. Mukhtaj Ullah Khan, student, said that he couldn’t apply for a job owing to suspension of the service.


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