Free WiFi in Delhi: Arvind Kejriwal Announces 15 GB Free Data, 11,000 Internet Hotspots, Says 'Promise Fulfilled'
Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal (Photo Credits: IANS)

New Delhi, August 8: Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal-led Delhi government on Thursday announced that it will set up 11,000 wifi hotspots all across the national capital and provide free 15 GB data to the residents of Delhi. Along with this, Kejriwal also announced that his government would install 2,000 CCTV cameras in every Assembly region of the national capital.

Announcing about the decisions taken by the Union Territory government in its Cabinet meeting, Kejriwal said to the press, "11,000 hotspots will be installed across Delhi. The work to provide free WiFi has started in a way. Every user will be given 15 GB data free, every month. This is the first phase." Relief for Delhi's Auto-Rickshaw Drivers: Kejriwal Government Discontinues 'Road Try Test' for Recalibrated Fare Metres

Apart from this, he stated, "Currently, work is in the process to set up 2,000 CCTV cameras in every Assembly area. This has been done after requests from the people of Delhi." The declaration also states that 100 hotspots would be set up at each Assembly segment and 4,000 bus stops.

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Earlier, Kejriwal had made an announcement that his government had distributed smartphones to Anganwadi workers. The announcement vindicates Kejriwal's 2015 electoral promise to provide free data and set up hotspots in every nook and corner of the national capital.