There is no doubt that the use of mobile phones would pose problems without problems. For example, have phone calls to places where you need to be quiet, such as courts, theaters, temples, and other places. And using the phone while driving is very dangerous and will sometimes kill people.
Now many people cannot leave the phone. Some people cannot imagine life without a cell phone. But obviously, many examples tell us that unreasonable use of cell phones will cause problems.
In 2009, according to the Indian House of Lords report, the use of cell phones in India has increased rapidly, but with the companion is the unacceptable public harsh disorder.
To deal with the problem, House of Representatives Rajya Sabha, the influential subcommittee of Parliament, said, "They need to be built where and how you use the equipment without bothering others." And he also approved the demand for tough new laws to make it successful.
These comments are in response to a request from Citizen Member Gurjit Singh that wearing cell phones at funerals and temples is illegal and installing cell phone jammer on school buildings to prevent students from calling.
Singh also wants the phone company to use the device to deactivate the phone on the street, to avoid traffic accidents, and to ask officials to be arrested if they call the phone during office hours.
These measures can be extreme, but at the time there was significant support, including the Indian "The Times", the country's best-selling English newspaper. Today in India it is allowed to use jammers in some places like prisons, temples and so on.
In any case, the rational use of mobile phones is our consensus.