Madhya Pradesh to progress rapidly with the rollout of 5G services: CM | Jobs Reply


Madhya Pradesh Chief Minister Shivraj Singh Chouhan said Thursday that the state will move forward very rapidly in rolling out 5G services.

Jio launched its 5G services in Madhya Pradesh on Wednesday by inaugurating high-speed services from the holy shrine of Mahakaleshwar Jyotirlinga and Shri Mahakaal Mahalok.

CM Shivraj Singh Chouhan launched 5G services in Ujjain on Wednesday and said 5G services would soon be expanded in the state.

“5G service has started in Ujjain and will soon be rolled out across the state. 5G will benefit sectors like education, healthcare, agriculture, industry, etc. With his arrival, Madhya Pradesh will progress very quickly,” said CM Shivraj Singh Chouhan.

After the launch, Jio demonstrated the immersive benefits of 5G in healthcare through the Jio Community Clinic medical kit and the revolutionary AR VR device Jio Glass, the statement said.

These benefits will bring transformative changes to the lives of the people of Madhya Pradesh, it said.

“The Mahakaleshwar Temple and Shri Mahakaal Mahalok are religious landmarks in Ujjain. Lakhs of devotees from all over the country and world visit the shrine daily to seek blessings from Lord Shiva. The opening is an important milestone for MP and its people who will benefit immensely from Jio’s True 5G services,” Madhya Pradesh CM is quoted as saying in the Jio statement.

“5G will also allow citizens and government to stay connected in real-time and will also improve the delivery and efficiency of government programs for the last-mile user,” CM added.

“In light of the announcement, we have taken all precautions and CM Chouhan will launch Jio 5G services in the state on Wednesday,” added Collector Singh.

In particular, it is said that the 5G internet services will be free at Mahakal Lok. Also, 5G services will also be free at religious and tourist sites in the state.

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