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The most recent information The connection in Arunachal Pradesh has increased thanks to the 254 4G mobile towers connecting its 336 villages.

Government of India and Arunachal Pradesh worked together to launch 5G services.

Announced. villages. Thousands of people in Arunachal Pradesh will benefit from the 254 4G mobile towers that the government of India and the state of Arunachal Pradesh dedicated to the country. The towers will enable digital services in a number of industries, including education, health, e-commerce, and agriculture, and will deliver high-speed network connectivity to over 336 communities.


  • Universal Service Obligation Fund (USOF)-built towers.
  • Governments of India and Arunachal Pradesh made coordinated efforts; all Departments and Districts closely coordinated their activities.
  • Recently, 5G services were introduced in Itanagar, and they will soon be available elsewhere.

villages were announced.In partnership with the Arunachal Pradesh government, the Indian government will dedicate 254 4G mobile towers to the nation on April 22, 2023. Senior representatives from the Central and State Governments, as well as the Union Ministers for Communications, Railways, and Electronics and IT Shri Ashwini Vaishnav, Law and Justice Shri Kiren Rijiju, Chief Minister of Arunachal Pradesh Shri Pema Khandu, Union Minister of State for Communications Shri Devusinh Chauhan, and Deputy Chief Minister of Arunachal Pradesh Shri Chowna Mein, attended the ceremony of inauguration.

In response to the public’s response to the development of Arunachal Pradesh, Prime Minister Shri Narendra Modi remarked, “The people of Arunachal Pradesh are extraordinary. They maintain a strong sense of patriotism. Working for this wonderful state and assisting it in reaching its full potential is an honours.

Connectivity to a High-Speed Network Will Benefit Thousands of Residents

Announced. villages. Thousands of residents will benefit from the installation of the towers, which will provide 336 villages in Arunachal Pradesh with high-speed network connection. People will be able to access a variety of digital services in sectors including agriculture, e-commerce, health, and education, which will support socioeconomic development.

Future Plans for Digital Inclusion under Bharat Net

villages were announced.Over 1,310 Gramme Panchayats have been connected to the internet through optical fiber as part of the Bharat Net initiative, and further 1,156 towers will be built to increase digital inclusion. Itanagar’s recently introduced 5G services will be expanded to additional locations.

Positive Reactions from Officials

Announced. villages. Arunachal Pradesh’s deputy chief minister, Shri Chowna Mein, lauded the Indian government’s efforts during the previous eight years to improve connectivity for the state’s roads, trains, and telecoms.

The development of a national postal center in Itanagar and other steps for postal connection in the state were noted by Shri Devusinh Chauhan, Union Minister of State for Communications, who praised the efforts made to provide connectivity despite obstacles.

Announced. villages. Sh. Pema Khandu, the chief minister of Arunachal Pradesh, referred to the day as historic and highlighted that since 2014, advancements to the state’s infrastructure had resulted in transformation. Digital inclusion has aided in the eradication of corruption and e-governance, and 100% of offices are now electronic.

He went on to explain that focused collaboration and all-out efforts are required in order to complete the remaining locations before the deadline. He emphasized that the model of convergence for one plus one is eleven, not two. Arunachal Pradesh is renowned as the country of the rising sun as well as the land of rising development.

The Whole of Government Approach, which calls for cooperative efforts of Central and State government officials to carry out all projects, was stressed by Shri Kiren Rijiju, Union Minister for Law and Justice. The remaining 1,156 4G towers envisioned by the USOF have already been assigned locations, while 2,424 4G sites are slated to be built as part of another plan called the 4G saturation program.

Additionally, satellite communications must be employed to ensure optimal connection. He praised the State Government’s efforts and exhorted workers to work quickly so that by March 2024, no community would be left without a connection. Additionally, he stated that border regions will play a vital role in realizing the goal of India being a developed nation by 2047.

The installation of these towers in challenging terrain and amid practical challenges, according to Shri Ashwini Vaishnaw, Union Minister for Communications, Railways, and Electronics and IT, is a glaring illustration of Sabka Prayas. He underlined the value of communication, saying that it creates chances and doors for everyone.

He used the installation of a tower in Tawang, which is at a height of 12,600 feet, as an example to show the difficulties of traversing rough terrain. In order to accomplish this accomplishment, he thanked the defence forces, district administration, service providers, and other agencies of the central and state governments.

As part of its “Sabka Sath, Sabka Vikas, Sabka Vishwas, Sabka Prayas” policy, the Indian government is making unrelenting efforts to link every single individual and distant village in Arunachal Pradesh to the rest of the world.

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Written by Shallu Srivastav

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