The financial viability as well as the market share of BSNL has been declining continuously after 2006-2007, mainly due to non-procurement of mobile equipments which were drastically required in expand the services. The 45 million lines tender which was very much necessary was cancelled by the government without any justification and with malafide intentions to help the private companies.
Again the 95 million line tender was also cancelled. Now 4.5 million lines also cancelled. In fact after 2007, there has not been any major procurement of lines which resulted in the present tracgic situation.
Whether the new CMD, R.K.Upadhyay will change the situation by being pro-active and dynamic? Let us see.
G B salakki said:
Yes Com,It is challange to the new CMD in protecting the BSNL.Howeve It is clear that the workers shd realise their responsibility.
It is learnt U r in Chennai let us know the situation reg our organisation in Tamilnadu.It is unfortunate we r laging behind in Tamilnadu,Chennai and Puduchery the place of our GS.Let us try to analyse and proceed to strengthen our organisation=salakki