Indian company asked to stop sending obscene messages

Srinagar, December 14, 2015 (PPI-OT): In occupied Kashmir, the forum led by Syed Ali Gilani taking strong notice of the obscene and dirty messages (SMS and Service Messages) continuously sent to the subscribers by the Indian-government telecom company BSNL in Kashmir, has warned that if this process doesn’t stop forthwith, the forum will appeal for boycott of the services of this telecom company in the territory.

The forum Spokesman, Ayaz Akbar, in a statement issued in Srinagar said that Jammu and Kashmir has remained enriched with cultural and moral values. “Indian Government institutions under the agenda of cultural aggression want to eliminate these values on different fronts to undermine freedom struggle and weaken mental affiliation of Kashmiris with it.”

Akbar said people are regularly and continuously receiving the obscene messages on BSNL SIM cards in which some selected telephone numbers and names of girls with their age are given. Besides, the government service provider sends so obscene messages to its customers which a civilized person can hardly look at and he feels ashamed after reading it.

The spokesman said BSNL is a government institution and these kinds of shameful activities of such an organization is proof of this fact that these things are not only done in the pursuit of earning money but it has a well thought agenda at its back which is aimed to destroy the moral character of the teenagers and youth of Kashmir.

“Hurriyet forum strongly condemns this obscenity actions of the BSNL telecom company and want to send a message to the organization that if they will not change their policy and will not stop sending these messages to the subscribers, we will be forced to ask people to boycott the services of this company,” he warned.

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