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Internet disruption hampers services at Kailashahar’s Tehsilder office


BY TC News Desk

Agartala, November 2, 2023:  A concerning situation has unfolded at the town Tehsilder office of Kailashahar, as a mountainous bill accumulation has led to a severe disruption in essential services. The internet service, vital for a range of transactions, was disconnected due to outstanding bills. Even after clearing the dues, the internet remains unavailable, causing immense inconvenience to ordinary citizens. The persistent issues at the town Tehsilder office have fueled allegations of mismanagement and negligence.

Local residents have voiced their grievances about the prolonged absence of service from the town Tehsilder office, particularly the absence of reading and printing services, which have been unavailable for several months. As a result, people are compelled to visit the office repeatedly, only to leave empty-handed. This has caused significant distress among the community.

Despite being informed of these challenges, the local administration has yet to take any concrete action to rectify the situation, adding to the public’s frustration. Common people face hardships as many essential processes, such as obtaining loans and updating readings, depend on the services provided by the town’s Tehsilder office.

Sanjeev Debbarma, the officer responsible for Computerized Land Records at the Town Tahsil Office and Deputy Magistrate, acknowledged the predicament. He revealed that the disruption was triggered by the non-payment of internet bills, prompting BSNL to sever the internet connection. Approximately Rs 20,935 had accumulated in unpaid internet bills over six months, leading to the disconnection.

Although Rs 20,935 was deposited on October 1 to settle the outstanding bills, the internet service at the town Tehsilder office remains unavailable. Sanjib Debbarma admitted that common people were returning from the office empty-handed, acknowledging the inconvenience they are experiencing.

The situation, if unresolved, could potentially escalate public frustration, highlighting the urgency of restoring internet services and resuming regular operations at the town Tehsilder office.

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