Sopore Village Gains Mobile Connectivity, Residents Credit PM Modi

Sopore Village Gains Mobile Connectivity, Residents Credit PM Modi

Suhail Khan

Sopore, May 24 : The residents of Rampura in Sopore, located in north Kashmir’s Baramulla district, celebrated the introduction of mobile network connectivity in their area.

This marked the first time the village had access to such services, and the residents expressed their joy and gratitude, giving credit to Prime Minister Narendra Modi for this achievement.

The long-standing demand for mobile connectivity was finally addressed after the intervention of Deputy Commissioner Baramulla, Dr. Syed Sehrish. With her efforts, a Jio Tower was installed, enabling the residents to access voice calls and internet services.

The villagers of Rampura, which is a forested area, had been cut off from the rest of the world due to the absence of functional mobile towers. The introduction of Jio connectivity brought great relief to the people, as they now have the means to communicate and access information.

Sajad Ahmad, a local resident, expressed his excitement and emphasized that this milestone was a significant accomplishment for the village. He highlighted the positive impact on education, stating that students would benefit from online learning with the newfound mobile internet access.

This development was particularly meaningful for the senior citizens of the village, who credited the abrogation of Article 370 for their recognition and the resolution of their issues. They expressed gratitude to Prime Minister Narendra Modi for the positive changes they are witnessing.

Previously, the village was disconnected from the outside world, and their problems were confined within the community. The availability of mobile internet now allows them to voice their concerns and connect with the larger world.

Arif, a student in the village, expressed relief and thanked the administration, specifically Deputy Commissioner Baramulla, Dr. Syed Sehrish Asgar, for fulfilling their promise of holistic development in the village.

Mobile phone services were first launched in Kashmir in 2003 when the late Prime Minister Atal Bihari Vajpayee received the inaugural call from the then-state Chief Minister Mufti Mohammad Sayeed.

Under the vision of Naya Jammu and Kashmir, the Union Territory has been making significant strides and leading in various sectors.

Reforms, combined with the renewed efforts of the people, are paving the way for a new era of peace and development in Jammu and Kashmir following the abrogation of Article 370.

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