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6,000 villages linked to digital highway

At Gandhinagar, Gujarat Chief Minister Vijay Rupani on Wednesday launched the most high speed digital connectivity (GSVAN) project for connecting 6,000 villages, and expressed commitment to extend its services to 18,000 villages.

Shri Vijay Rupani said: "Fulfilling our Prime Minister's slogan: 'Collective Efforts, Inclusive Growth', I look forward to building trust of people in the ruling party by providing network facility at door steps of the rural areas. We aim for developing villages with Wi-Fi networks and international facilities with the mantra 'from village prosperity to national prosperity'.

Shri Vijay Rupani also said Gujarat has marched towards digital revolution by providing connectivity facility to 6,000 villages after achievement of e-Gram Vishwagram to realise Digital India vision. Talking about four pillars - transparency, determination, sensitivity and progressiveness - Rupani said that his government is giving new direction to welfare works. "To fulfil the fast connectivity and mobility demand, we should develop optical fibre network facilities including GSVAN network," he said.