We are being unfairly judged on security concerns: Etisalat

Wednesday, 30 March 2011, 17:48 Hrs
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New Delhi: Embroiled in 2G scam due to its association with Swan Telecom, UAE-based Etisalat today said as a multinational company it is concerned about its image, as well as its country's, because of allegations that it poses a security threat to India.

The company is facing allegations that it may pose security threat to the nation due to its presence in the neighbouring countries, especially in Pakistan.

"We believe we are being unfairly judged on this... We operate in all markets according to local laws, and to international best practices. Our operations in India are no exception.

"There is no data sharing between any of our 18 operations. The board members for India, Afghanistan and Pakistan are completely different and all entities are managed as separate organisation," Etisalat Senior Vice-President, Corporate Communications, Ahmed bin Ali told PTI.
Source: PTI
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