Friday, December 7, 2018

Jharkhand: Police Picks Up Two BSNL Officers Because BJP CM’s Mobile Phone Had No Network

The officers were detained in the police station for three hours, as a penalty for the CM's mobile network woes. Jharkhand Chief Minister Raghubar Das, PCI Jharkhand Chief Minister Raghubar Das (Photo: Facebook)

Shortly before midnight on Monday, December 3, Jharkhand police reportedly picked up two Bharat Sanchar Nigam Ltd (BSNL) employees in Dumka district and took them to the town police station, all because chief minister Raghubar Das’ mobile phone did not have network.

Town police station officer in-charge Devbrat Poddar told TOI, ” We brought the two telecom officials to the police station from their homes for non-availability of BSNL’s mobile network at Raj Bhavan, where the CM was staying.”
The two BSNL officers, Dumka telecom district manager PK Singh and assistant junior telecom officer Sanjeev Kumar, were allowed to leave the police station after three hours.
The CM was reportedly staying at the ‘Raj Bhavan’ in Dumka district in order to hold a ‘Jan Choupal’ of the area’s residents.-NC

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