Modi launches e-nagar project in Ahmedabad, 8 localities get free WiFi

Modi launches e-nagar project in Gujarat
Gandhinagar, Feb 27: Gujarat chief minister Narendra Modi made eight localities of Ahmedabad city WiFi enabled under the government's 'e-Nagar' project. The project will soon be extended to 53 towns in Gujarat, said Modi, claiming that digital India's new journey 'has begun from Gujarat'.

To mark Ahmedabad city's 603rd anniversary, Modi Skyped his message to the assembly constituency of Maninagar and announced various ambitious schemes and projects.

On the occasion, Modi also launched a three-month-long intensive cleanliness campaign under Mahatma Gandhi Cleanliness Mission that will culminate on the Mahatma's 150th birth anniversary in 2019. The agenda of the mission includes providing a toilet to every home and to uphold the dignity of women.

Modi's archrival Bihar chief minister Nitish Kumar had earlier this month launched a 20 km free Wi-Fi zone between National Institute of Technology (NIT) Patna (located at Ashok Rajpath) and Danapur town present in western Patna. This stretch is allegedly one of the biggest in the world.

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