Rahul Gandhi supports Net Neutrality, Modi Govt under Pressure


New Delhi, April 22:  Congress vice president Rahul Gandhi, who has returned from 57-day sabbatical, is back in action. After land acquisition bill, he intends to improve his position before tech experts and internet users, who are campaigning for net neutrality.

Speaking firmly on the issue of land bill and farmers, Rahul also stressed on the net neutrality fight. He urged the government to consider the appeals of millions of people who are fighting for net neutrality.

The government should stop TRAI to impose charges on net users. He said that over one million people have joined the campaign and the government wants to hand the net to the corporates.

The TRAI's decision should be scrapped and the intentions of certain telecom and internet service providers should be scuttled, he said in the Lok Sabha on Wednesday.

Earlier this morning, Rahul sought suspension of question hour and wanted a debate on the burning issue in the lower house.

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