New Delhi: Recently Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal has announced to fulfill his much-awaited election promise. Making a big announcement on Wednesday, Kejriwal said that from December 16, the people of Delhi will get free Wi-Fi. Where he said that in addition to providing free Wi-Fi, the Delhi government will also fulfill the last promise of its election manifesto. In this way, the Delhi government will become the first government to fulfill all its election promises.
According to information received from sources, he said that for this, Wi-Fi will be installed at 11 thousand spots. This will especially benefit the students. Kejriwal has also hoped to benefit in the field of health and education. Kejriwal said that four thousand hot-spots will be installed at bus stands. Seven thousand will be installed at other places. Each assembly will have 100-100 hot-spots. The first 100 hot-spots will be inaugurated on 16 December. Its total expenditure is about 100 crores.
It will be based on the rental model. At the same time, Delhi Chief Minister Kejriwal told that every week the number of hot-spots will increase and in this way, 11 thousand hot-spots will be installed in six months.