India's ues jammers response to the misuse of cellphones

There is no doubt that using mobile phones unproperly would bring troubles. For example have phone calls in the places where need to be quiet,such as courts, theaters, temples and other places.And using the phone when driving is very dangerous and will kill people sometimes. I think public places should set rules for mobile phones.

Now, many people cannot leave the phone. Some people even can not imagine the life without cell phone. But obviously, many examples tell us that unreasonable use of cell phones will bring troubles.

In 2009, according to the Indian House of Lords report, the use of mobile phones in India have been rapidly increased, but with the attendant is the unacceptable public rough nuisance.

To cope with the problem, the House of Representatives Rajya Sabha, the influential subcommittee of the parliament, said, "they need to be educated where and how to use the equipment without bothering others." And he also endorsed calls for harsh new laws to make it succeed.

These comments are a response to the request made by citizen member Gurjit Singh, which includes carrying mobile phones at funerals and temples illegal and installing cell phone jammer on school buildings to prevent students from making calls.

Singh also wants the phone company to deploy the device in order to disable the phone on the road to avoid traffic accidents and call for civil servants to be imprisoned if they call on the phone during office hours.

These measures may be extreme, but at that time received significant support, including the Indian "The Times", the country's best-selling English newspaper. Today, in India it is allowed to use gsm jammer in some places, such as prisons, temples and so on.

In any case, the rational use of mobile phones is our consensus.