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Nagpur set to become Wi-Fi enabled city by March 2017

In line with PM Modi’s Digital India dream, Nagpur will soon get a new public Wi-Fi system.

  • Published: January 2, 2017 9:10 AM IST

Maharashtra Chief Minister Devendra Fadnavis said that Nagpur will become Wi-Fi enabled city by March 2017. Fadnavis was here to inaugurate the public Wi-Fi system under the Smart City project. Also Read - DigiLocker now has over 100 million users: Aadhaar card is the most downloaded document

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Union Minister for Road Transport and Shipping Nitin Gadkari too was present for the function. He said, Nagpur will take shape of ‘Smart and Safe’ city by March 2017. “Around 4,000 surveillance cameras have been installed in the city. This will help police in obtaining information about accidents and criminal activities and also help in real time planning of traffic movement,” said the CM. Also Read - "Mobile payments exceeded ATM cash withdrawals for the first time" in India last year: PM Modi

Similarly, digital kiosks will be installed at city bus stops, wherein the passengers will get location of the buses, seating arrangements and timings on screen, said Fadnavis. He said, “Various government services will be available online for citizens as digitalization initiatives have been implemented in city and by the end of this year, Nagpur is set to become digital city of the country.” ALSO READ: Cisco to help develop IoT innovation hub, smart city in Gujarat

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  • Published Date: January 2, 2017 9:10 AM IST

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