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BSNL CMD expects revival plan to be in public domain within a month

BSNL Chairman and Managing Director P K Purwar said they are passing through turbulent phase which they expect to overcome in a couple of months while responding to a query on the survival of the co in wake of delay of govt decision to revive the ...

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Oct 21, 2019, 02.37 PM IST
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NEW DELHI: The government's plan to revive BSNL should be in public domain within a month, the chairman of the troubled telecom firm said on Monday.

BSNL Chairman and Managing Director P K Purwar also said that the salary of all employees will be paid before Diwali.

"BSNL has inner strength on the basis of which it is adding new customers. We are a Rs 20,000 crore plus revenue generating organization. We are passing through turbulent phase which we expect to overcome in a couple of months," Purwar said while responding to a query on the survival of the company in wake of delay of government decision to revive the PSU.

He later said that "two month is a long time, it (revival plan) should be in public domain within a month."

BSNL on Monday announced a partnership with Yupp TV.

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