For online studies, children forced to climb mountain in absences of mobile signals


Jammu:  Mobile signal is missing from the village of Shimsha in Kargil, after losing hope, the children of the village are forced to climbing a mountain in search of signal to get online education.

As per the reports, the mobile network towers of Airtel were installed near the village of Shimsha, but due to lack of signal, people are upset.

In such a situation, due to the closure of the school amid COVID lockdown, the children of the village have no choice but to study online.

In such a situation, when the signal was not arranged, the children found a place away from the village, because of the signal here, the mobile works. Now every day, a large number of children sit on the stones and study.

People of Shimsha village said that the issue of non-signal raised with Airtel officials and public representatives of Kargil district but no action was taken towards resolving the issue.


The people of Jagang Baro village in Kargil also allege that their problem of not having a mobile network is being ignored. He says that everyone knows about this issue from the Deputy Commissioner to the MP. But no action has been taken so far.


Online study is being affected due to lack of mobile network even in remote areas of Leh along with Kargil. Leh has also faced difficulties due to lack of mobile network in Slackjingling, Eggling, Upper Changpsa, Lower Tukcha, Choglemsar.


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