Bhiloda, Modasa total wi-fi enabled, declares CM,Cyber Kitli launched


After Khedbrahma, Bhiloda has become second wi-fi enabled taluka while Modasa bas become completely wi-fi enabled town in Gujarat.

Gujarat Chief Minister made this announcement during her visit to Modasa town in Aravalli district to attend Ravi Krishi Mahotsav.

Chief Minister during her visit launched innovative Cyber Kitli – Village cyber cafe with refreshments which will connect people and also empower women.

Chief Minister dedicated 500 toilets and Rs. 406 crore project of bringing Narmada wtaer to three north Gujarat dams benefiting 608 villages and 3 cities.

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: Gujarat Chief Minister Anandiben Patel today declared the newly created Aravalli district’s headquarters Modasa as the first Wi-Fi city, besides introducing the facility in Kehdbrahma-Bhiloda taluka,

Speaking at a function to mark the Rabi Krishi Mahotsava in the predominantly tribal Aravalli district, she exuded confidence that with the inclusion of Wi-Fi facility in ten villages around Modasa and Cyber Kitli the Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s dream of Digital India seems to be coming soon as a revolution.

The Chief Minister on the occasion dedicated Modasa Rural Police Station, released a book on ‘Best Practices for Sarpanchs’ under Smart Vigilance, and laid the foundation stone of Rs.30-crore underground gutter project for Modasa town.

As part of the nationwide campaign for ‘Toilet in Every Home’, she handed over 500 toilets, declaring it as everyone’s commitment and responsibility towards the womenfolk of the state – a necessity neglected by the Congress Government for the preceding 50 years. She hoped the government’s ‘Sanjivani Yojna’ of providing 200ml milk to children in the tribal areas would be implemented with zeal.

Mrs. Patel also dedicated Rs.405.69-crore water supply scheme to provide the Narmada River water to 608 villages and three towns and irrigating 6,000 hectares through pipeline for Mazum, Watrak and Meshvo Rivers under the Sujalam Sufalam Yojna.

Talking about the state’s Krishi Mahotsava for the Rabi season, she distributed agricultural implements and other tools worth RFs.16-lakh to 30 farmers, and felicitated progressive farmers. Several individuals and institutions donated to the Chief Minister’s Cleanliness Campaign.

Sabarkantha’s MP Deepsinh Rathod, Aravalli District Collector B.J. Bhatt also spoke on the occasion. Those present on the occasion included heads of district and taluka panchayats, office-bearers of other organizations, former legislators, Principal Secretary for Agriculture Raj Kumar, District In-charge Secretary Thiruppugazh, among others.

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