Congress accuses centre of promoting private telcos at cost of PSUs; asks if electoral bonds involved

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    Addressing media persons, Congress spokesperson Pawan Khera alleged that public sector companies love BSNL and MTNL which had been making earnings below the old UPA 1 and 2 governments are in actual fact working at losses whereas the authorities is promoting an…

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    Pawan Khera’s remarks got here within the backdrop of telecom companies Vodafone-Belief and Bharti Airtel asserting on Sunday increases in charges of their cell phone community products and companies.

    NEW DELHI: Congress on Sunday accused the BJP-led authorities of giving “particular treatment” to deepest gamers within the telecom sector on the charge of public sector entities and asked the Prime Minister if the ruling birthday party bought advantages in terms of electoral bonds from them.

    Addressing media persons, Congress spokesperson Pawan Khera alleged that public sector companies love BSNL and MTNL which had been making earnings below the old UPA 1 and 2 governments are in actual fact working at losses whereas the authorities is promoting and giving relief to deepest sector companies.

    “Why are you meting out step-motherly treatment in opposition to public sector companies and this particular treatment to deepest sector undertakings. I are wanting to quiz Modi ji if his birthday party bought advantages in terms of electoral bonds from the latter,” Khera acknowledged.

    His remarks got here within the backdrop of telecom companies Vodafone-Belief and Bharti Airtel asserting on Sunday increases in charges of their cell phone community products and companies.

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