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J&K to take ban of pre-paid mobile issue with Centre

Sheikh Imran Bashir | Agence India Press | October 31, 2009

Srinagar: Jammu and Kashmir government on Saturday said it would take up with the Union Home Ministry the issue of ban on prepaid mobile phones to ensure that genuine users do not suffer and security is also not compromised.
According to Agence India Press reports government will approach MHA and try to work out an arrangement where the genuine user doesn't suffer and security is not also compromised," an official spokesman said, terming the ban effective from tomorrow as not a positive development.
The ban came in the wake of reports that proper verification is not being done while providing such connections by the service providers/vendors raising security concerns.
"It is a decision taken by the union government. We will monitor its impact on genuine users and take appropriate measures accordingly. It is not a positive


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