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Remote Areas in Meghalaya to Get Coverage by Around 900 4G Towers

  by NEWSNER , 2021-01-02 15:41:08


Remote Areas in Meghalaya to Get Coverage by Around 900 4G Towers

To improve the web and telecommunication network, different plans have been started under the Restart Meghalaya Mission. As per reports, the government of Meghalaya has just introduced 115 out of 521 VSATs in different regions planning to engage the locals with web availability. Further, 889 4G towers will be introduced that will cover 1,164 extra villages and stretches of National Highways. 

 

The Mission: 

 

Before 2020, Chief Minister Conrad K Sangma dispatched the 'Restart Meghalaya Mission (RMM)' to resuscitate the State's economy, which halted because of the COVID-19 pandemic. A measure of Rs 14,515 crores would be spent on the usage of the mission during the following three years. Reporting this during the 74th Independence Day festivities, Chief Minister Sangma stated, " I'm submitting a measure of Rs. 14,515 crores which are to be spent throughout the following three years for the 'Restart Meghalaya Mission'. Of this, Rs 7,839 crores have been reserved during the current year." 

 

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Development of Businesses and Farmers:

 

He added that the Mission includes a progression of projects to help ranchers and business visionaries and to construct development advancing essential framework. It was dispatched dependent on the proposal of the Chief Minister's Task Force on the State's Economy. "We are calling this mission 'Restart' because we need to resuscitate and give a push to the distinctive improvement exercises that were brought to a stop by COVID."

 

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