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MP: CM Chouhan Reaches Ujjain, to Launch 5G Services

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  • CM Chouhan reached the helipad at Police Line Ujjain
  • He will attend Sant Sammelan near the Mahakal temple
  • The CM will launch 5G internet services at Triveni Museum

Ujjain: Madhya Pradesh Chief Minister Shivraj Singh Chouhan has reached Ujjain to attend the Sant Sammelan program and to launch 5G internet services in the state. He will launch the service at Triveni Museum near Shri Mahakal Mahalok. CM Shivraj reached the Char Dham temple and offered prayers as well.

He also visited the Dwadash Jyotirlinga temple in Char Dham temple and performed worship there. After this, he garlanded the portrait of Brahmalin Akhandanand Maharaj and made a courtesy exchange with Parmanand Maharaj at the Char Dham temple.

As per the schedule, Chief Minister Chouhan reached the helipad at Police Line Ujjain for the Sant Sammelan. After this, the saints and the CM will attend the conference at the Chardham temple ashram near the Mahakal temple. Then the CM will start launching the 5G service at Triveni Museum. He will go to Indore at 6.15 pm. Chief Minister Shivraj Singh Chouhan was welcomed by BJP leaders and public representatives at the helipad. Earlier on Tuesday, collector Ashish Singh and other top officials inspected the venue.

It is worth mentioning that the 5G mobile network facility will roll out in Madhya Pradesh today which will be started from Ujjain, the city of Mahakal. After its commencement, the internet services in the newly built Mahakal Mahalok near the Mahakal temple will become 5G as well. The maximum benefit of this will be given to the devotees who come here to visit Mahakaleshwar Jyotirlinga and Mahakal Mahalok.

Devotees will be given 1GB 5G data free through WiFi, in which they will get 1000 Mbps speed. Jio Company has installed 5G towers around Mahakal Temple and Mahakal Mahalok. Due to this, the devotees will continue to get mobile networks without any inconvenience everywhere on the whole premises.

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