534 uncovered villages in Tamil Nadu will soon get 4G mobile service
The Center has taken steps to soon provide 4G mobile services to around 534 uncovered villages in remote and difficult terrain, Union State Minister for Fisheries, Information and Broadcasting, L Murugan.
The move is part of the nationwide plan to provide 4G mobile services to 24,680 uncovered villages at a cost of Rs 26,316 crore.
Speaking to reporters here, Murugan said that under this program, BSNL’s infrastructure will be improved and the marketing network will be strengthened. “BSNL and MTNL are on a growth path and providing new connections every day,” he said. He described it as a proud moment for the country in hosting the Chess Olympiad in Chennai. Furthermore, the Minister hailed Prime Minister Narendra Modi for securing the victory of Draupadi Murmu, as the 15th President of India.
“The election of Murmu who hails from the tribal community of Odisha is indeed an honor for the country as his victory comes at a time when the nation is celebrating the 75th Independence Day,” he said. .
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