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Mobile mania-scaring society alarmingly
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Dear Editor,

After the introduction of mobile phone system in the country everyone has become crazy of having mobile even if one is not in a position to afford recurring mobile expenses of recharging, availing other allied applications being made available by the mobile companies to compete with each other to lure the people. It was expected that the use of mobile phones will become a time saver and make people to people connectivity easy and it has certainly done so. The people are becoming informative by use of net working through mobile phones.

On the other hand its use has mismerised men, women and children who are always seen glued to it day in and day out. The school going children are in particular entices by its net working system especially after the Mukesh Ambani’s launch Jio mobiles. The harmful effects of constant use of mobile phones are visible among the people who use mobile phones for hours together. The radiation and vibration are reportedly harmful to the brain, heart, ears, kidneys etc. There may also some other factors affecting the health of the people. Consent use of mobiles is making the people irritating, intolerant and short tempered.

The suicidal tendencies among the people especially the younger ones is reportedly growing and we see daily news papers about attempt to commit or commit successful suicides by hanging or by consuming poisonous substance. Some days back there has been news that a boy shot himself dead after his father expressed annoyance for using mobile during night hours. There has also been a news that a person fell from a bridge while talking on mobile phone and died.

The craze of selfee has snatched many lives while standing on a wall of fort, on high rise building, on hill lock, or on the river bank stylishly. The launching of Blue whale game have forced several young people to commit suicides voluntarily the world over and India as well. The union government is called upon these who are involved in this game or remove it from their net working immediately. There is therefore, dire need for the government to issue guide lines on the useful use of mobile phones without endangering their lives and about the harmful impact of constant use of mobiles phones.

—Krishan Singh,

Talab Tillo, Jammu.


News Updated at : Sunday, September 10, 2017
 
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