Himachal Pradesh village got a mobile network for the first time, prime minister Modi spoke to the people.

Kiu village in Himachal Pradesh's Spiti district has been provided with mobile network service for the first time today.

Kiu village in Himachal Pradesh's Spiti district has been provided with mobile network service for the first time today. With this, a new era has started in the communication of the villagers. For so long Kiu villagers lived without mobile connection. But now for the first time, this mobile network is available. prime minister Narendra Modi spoke to the locals over phone to mark this significant milestone yesterday. During the phone conversation that lasted over 13 minutes, Modi discussed his visit to the border area during diwali and said that connecting the village with a mobile network will accelerate the 'Digital India' campaign. The prime minister mentioned that the government is focusing on connecting all parts of the country with information technology. The prime minister pointed out that 18,000 villages were without electricity when he took office.

Speaking to the prime minister then, a villager said that he could not believe it for a moment when he was told that his area would be connected to the mobile network and his joy knew no bounds when it finally happened. And a villager said they had to travel about 8 kilometers before they could use mobile phones. Continuing his speech, the prime minister talked about his government's efforts to promote development in the border areas. Further, the prime minister also pointed out that previous administrations had neglected these areas and left them to fend for themselves. PM Modi said that in his third term, he will focus on improving the quality of life of the people and improving their quality of life. He expressed hope that this change would greatly benefit the remote areas and the poor and middle-class sections of society. The prime minister also said that the region will benefit a lot from the 'One district One Product' scheme. India's first village Gaurik and Kew in Himachal Pradesh's Lahaul and Spidi district now have telecom connectivity. Located at an altitude of 14,931 feet above sea level, these remote villages can now access telecommunication services.

Located in the Lahaul and Spiti districts of Himachal Pradesh, Gaurik is located in the valley of the Barang or Pare Chu River. It is located near the border of Tibet. Kiu is a village located approximately 40 km from Thabo Monastery in Thabo village of Spiti Valley in Himachal Pradesh. It is noteworthy that this village is a short distance from the India-China border

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