BSNL asks TRAI to withdraw order
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With BSNL refusing to resume the services, the problem does not seem to come to an end with immediate effect. Residents of the Tricity - Chandigarh, Mohali and Panchkula - continue to bear the brunt of the stand-off between BSNL and the private service operators. TDSAT (the tribunal) had on September 30 asked the BSNL to restore the services. Referring to the order passed by the Tribunal, TRAI, on October 18, had also highlighted the inconvenience being caused to the customers.
"Unavailability of interconnection between networks of service providers results in non-completion of calls, causes disruption of service and inconvenience to the subscribers of both the interconnecting service providers and leads to deterioration in the quality of service provided by the service provider and is against the interest of the consumers and service providers," reads the order passed on October 18.
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