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Mobile towers installed in six Tharu dominated villages on the border with Nepal, three started
60,000 residents of 39 villages will benefit from the internet facility
Lakhimpur Kheri. After independence, people in the Tharu tribe-dominated villages in the forest on the Nepalese border will be given the opportunity to connect to the cellular network. With it, children of the Tharu tribe can also learn online. The cell towers installed in three villages – Sedabeda, Bajahi and Poya – were started for testing. In the remaining three villages, Bankati, Dhakia and Ramgarh, the process begins after ten days.
There are a total of 39 majra villages in 23 gram panchayats of the Tharu Scheduled Tribe in the forest in the Palia block area. Their total population is about 60,000. Due to restrictions in the forest area, the people of the Tharu tribe were previously deprived of modern communication services such as internet facilities. In Chandan Chowki only one cell tower from BSNL was installed, which has a range of three kilometers. The forestry department does not allow fiber optic cables to be laid in the forest area, which is why the tower is operated by BSNL with a microwave system, but this tower remains inactive most of the time.
The Chandan Chowki area lacks banking facilities due to a lack of better connectivity. The education system also went online during the Corona period, which meant that the children of the Tharu villages were behind. It can take up to 10 days for all cell towers to be properly operational.
There is talk of an inauguration by Palia MLA Romi Sahni. UK Singh, Project Officer, Integrated Tribal Development Project Chandanchowki, said Reliance Jio has installed cell towers in six Tharu-dominated villages, three of which are Sedabera, Bajahi and the central government’s plan to connect each village with an internet connection will be on Tuesday put into operation and tested in Poya. This mobile tower will work via satellite. With the commissioning of all six towers, an area of ​​28 km will be covered with internet connectivity, from which the people in 39 Majra villages will benefit with 23 grams of panchayats.

Mobile towers installed in six Tharu dominated villages on the border with Nepal, three started

60,000 residents of 39 villages will benefit from the internet facility

Lakhimpur Kheri. After independence, people in the Tharu tribe-dominated villages in the forest on the Nepalese border will be given the opportunity to connect to the cellular network. With it, children of the Tharu tribe can also learn online. The cell towers installed in three villages – Sedabeda, Bajahi and Poya – were started for testing. In the remaining three villages, Bankati, Dhakia and Ramgarh, the process begins after ten days.

There are a total of 39 majra villages in 23 gram panchayats of the Tharu Scheduled Tribe in the forest in the Palia block area. Their total population is about 60,000. Due to restrictions in the forest area, the people of the Tharu tribe were previously deprived of modern communication services such as internet facilities. In Chandan Chowki only one cell tower from BSNL was installed, which has a range of three kilometers. The forestry department does not allow fiber optic cables to be laid in the forest area, which is why BSNL operates the tower with a microwave system, but this tower remains inactive most of the time.

The Chandan Chowki area lacks banking facilities due to a lack of better connectivity. The education system also went online during the Corona period, which meant that the children of the Tharu villages were behind. It can take up to 10 days for all cell towers to be properly operational.

There is talk of an inauguration by Palia MLA Romi Sahni. UK Singh, Project Officer, Integrated Tribal Development Project Chandanchowki, said Reliance Jio has installed cell towers in six Tharu-dominated villages, three of which are Sedabera, Bajahi and the central government’s plan to connect each village with an internet connection is due Tuesday put into operation and tested in Poya. This mobile tower will work via satellite. With the commissioning of all six towers, an area of ​​28 km will be covered with internet connectivity, which will benefit the people in 39 Majra villages with 23-gram panchayats.

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( News Source – Amar Ujala )

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