The Nagaland Government has warned the Centre of massive protests by general people in the State, if the mobile and internet connectivity in the State is not improved.

The Nagaland Government has written to the Centre seeking intervention for improvement of mobile and internet connectivity in the State.

Nagaland Planning and Coordination Minister – Neiba Kronu has written to Union Telecom Minister Ravi Shankar Prasad, stating that mobile and internet service providers in Nagaland have not been performing well.

The Nagaland Minister informed the Union Telecom Minister further in his letter alleged that connectivity has deteriorated over the last few months, “becoming worse day by day”.

The issue of poor connectivity has affected all sections of the society, he noted.

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“Students and teachers are facing problems in continuing their online classes, while banks, post offices and transport agencies have also been affected due to the erratic connectivity,” Nagaland Planning and Coordination Minister – Neiba Kronu stated in his letter.

“The users cannot download important files, converse properly or make calls and can hardly make transactions in the banks and this is hampering the day to day activities,” the Nagaland Minister added.

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