New Delhi, Feb 21: This news will be a little disappointing for all the Delhiites who have high expectations from Arvind Kejriwal government.
People of Delhi who have been cherishing this dream of free wi-fi since Aam Aadmi Party came to power, will get a big shock after reading this news. Reportedly, Delhi Chief Minister has said that it will be really difficult for the government to make Delhi a wi-fi zone anytime soon.
The rookie party which came to power after routing 'giant' BJP, is preparing blueprints for making this ambitious project success. Delhi CM said that it will take at least one year to materialize this dream of people. Kejriwal said that even his own children are waiting to avail this service.
"It will take at least one year to provide free Wi-Fi", Kejriwal said while speaking in his first public address on Friday.
Talking in the same vein he also made it clear that wi-fi will not be free as it is being perceived at present. The service will be free for only half an hour and after that people will have to cough up money to continue the service. Another rider with the service will be that people will not be allowed to download various chatting applications like Facebook, Whatsapp etc.
Delhi Chief Minister also spoke at length on others poll promises i.e free electricity and water and reiterated that his government is committed to fulfill aspirations of 'Aam Aadmi' who voted him to the power.
Kejriwal said that he and his government believe in the theory of 'working more and talking less'. Citing AAP's 2013 records where it provided free water upto 20kl and power subsidy upto 50% , he assertively said that government has already prepared a blueprint to fulfill all its poll promises, including water and electricity.