Far from running the Internet, waiting for the rural mobile network in two Panchayats of the block

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a female peacock. In another country, preparations for 5G are in full swing and dreams of modernization are being shown to the people of the country by talking about the cashless program. At the same time, the situation in the district, which is said to be part of the capital of Haryana, is far from these claims. Thousands of villagers in Baldwala and Thachar, the two remote and backward panchayats in the hilly area that falls under the district, still yearn for mobile network in their area, far from these claims. In these two panchayats, villagers cannot even talk on the phone even if they have internet. For this, one has to keep in touch with loved ones from somewhere far away from where the range of a tower comes. In this situation, if help is needed in an emergency, mobile help cannot be called. There is a lot of anger among the villagers because of the abandonment of their area by the state governments, because the children do not have internet even during their studies. He has alleged that claims are made to all governments about the development of their area, but not much is seen about the reality on the ground.
Women suffer a lot from the lack of mobile network during pregnancy when they need to talk to a doctor or call an ambulance to go to the hospital in an emergency. In this situation, his relatives must go to the distance of the tower and talk. The government has provided the facility of ambulance on call to the pregnant women for treatment but when there is no mobile network here how will they avail this facility.
should solve the problem soon
No politician or administrative official in the area ever talks about this mobile network problem. To solve this problem, the government should take serious measures and solve this problem of the villagers as soon as possible, so that the common people and the children who are studying will benefit. -Ranbir Singh, Village Joli.
Not getting the benefit of social media
People of Morni and surrounding villages are facing mobile network problem which is just 35 to 40 km from IT City Chandigarh. Due to the small range of mobile towers located on the border of Himachal state, people here have to work. Elsewhere people use social media to grow their business, but here you have to think before you talk on the phone. – Chaman Singh, Bhoj Rajpura
Children’s computer show
Due to the lack of internet in the village, they cannot complete their assignments online. Between 20 and 25 kilometers must be traveled to complete the small works related to the network. Computers kept in homes for children have become showpieces. That’s why he lags behind in the competitions in terms of school and jobs. Politicians and telecom department should take this problem seriously and solve it. -Bittu Sharma, Village Kudana
Let’s talk leaving after fixing the time
There are 30 villages in both Baldwala and Thathar panchayats. These towns have a population of about 3000 inhabitants. Every person who uses the mobile phone gives time to call a stranger due to network problem so that he can talk by searching the range of the mobile network at a given time. The government should solve this problem soon and solve the problems of the villagers by installing towers. Jai Singh Badiwala, Member, Ex-Zilla Parishad.

a female peacock. In another country, preparations for 5G are in full swing and dreams of modernization are being shown to the people of the country by talking about the cashless program. At the same time, the situation in the district, which is said to be part of the capital of Haryana, is far from these claims. Thousands of villagers in Baldwala and Thachar, the two remote and backward panchayats in the hilly area that falls under the district, still yearn for mobile network in their area, far from these claims. In these two panchayats, villagers cannot even talk on the phone even if they have internet. For this, one has to keep in touch with loved ones from somewhere far away from where the range of a tower comes. In this situation, if help is needed in an emergency, mobile help cannot be called. There is a lot of anger among the villagers because of the abandonment of their area by the state governments, because the children do not have internet even during their studies. He has alleged that claims are made to all governments about the development of their area, but not much is seen about the reality on the ground.

Women suffer a lot from the lack of mobile network during pregnancy when they need to talk to a doctor or call an ambulance to go to the hospital in an emergency. In this situation, his relatives must go to the distance of the tower and talk. The government has provided the facility of ambulance on call to the pregnant women for treatment but when there is no mobile network here how will they avail this facility.

should solve the problem soon

No politician or administrative official in the area ever talks about this mobile network problem. To solve this problem, the government should take serious measures and solve this problem of the villagers as soon as possible, so that the common people and the children who are studying will benefit. -Ranbir Singh, Village Joli.

Not getting the benefit of social media

People of Morni and surrounding villages are facing mobile network problem which is just 35 to 40 km from IT City Chandigarh. Due to the small range of mobile towers located on the border of Himachal state, people here have to work. Elsewhere people use social media to grow their business, but here you have to think before you talk on the phone. – Chaman Singh, Bhoj Rajpura

Children’s computer show

Due to the lack of internet in the village, they cannot complete their assignments online. Between 20 and 25 kilometers must be traveled to complete the small works related to the network. Computers kept in homes for children have become showpieces. That’s why he lags behind in the competitions in terms of school and jobs. Politicians and telecom department should take this problem seriously and solve it. -Bittu Sharma, Village Kudana

Let’s talk leaving after fixing the time

There are 30 villages in both Baldwala and Thathar panchayats. These towns have a population of about 3000 inhabitants. Every person who uses the mobile phone gives time to call a stranger due to network problem so that he can talk by searching the range of the mobile network at a given time. The government should solve this problem soon and solve the problems of the villagers by installing towers. Jai Singh Badiwala, Member, Ex-Zilla Parishad.

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