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BSNL list of defaulters out

Telecom major Bharat Sanchar Nigam Limited (BSNL) on Saturday released its second list of defaulters in its Jamshedpur secondary switching area (SSA), which includes the twin districts of Singhbhum and Seraikela-Kharsawan.

The government-owned telecom company released list of 13 landline subscribers six individuals and the rest private firms and other institutions who have not cleared their outstanding dues for more than two years.

General manager of BSNL's Jamshedpur SSA B.N. Singh said that the outstanding was around Rs 11.50 lakh and most defaulters are based in different localities of Jamshedpur.

Jharkhand Steel Manufacturer Pvt. Ltd at New Kalimati Road in Sakchi tops the list of defaulters with an outstanding of Rs 2.33 lakh. The subscriber had one landline connection. Among other firms and institutions, the office of Tata Johnson Controls Automative Ltd at Akash Deep Plaza is placed second with an outstanding of Rs 2.05 lakh. The subscriber had one landline connection.

Richa Mishra, a resident of Kalpanapuri in Adityapur tops the list of individual defaulters with an outstanding of Rs 1.22 lakh. The subscriber had a single landline connection. Other major individual defaulters include Radhe Shyam Singh of Singh Complex, Dimna Road in Mango (Rs 1.19 lakh), Kapil Kumar Mahto of Ghorabandha in Kharanghar (Rs 51,000), Debra Purty of Pramothanagar in Parsudih (Rs 25,000).

BSNL has decided to take legal action by lodging certificate cases against the defaulters at the district court, if they failed to pay up. The company has already disconnected the connections of the defaulters.


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