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Jagan Launches 300 4G Mobile Towers in Remote Tribal Areas

Chief Minister Y.S. Jagan Mohan Reddy virtually launched 300 4G mobile towers in the remote tribal areas of Alluri Sitharama Raju (ASR), Parvatipuram-Manyam, and other districts in Andhra Pradesh. This initiative increases the total number of towers in remote areas across the state to 400. Of the newly launched towers, 246 were set up in ASR district, benefiting nearly two lakh people in 944 habitations.

The program was organized at two tribal hamlets, Eedulapalem and Liganda, where officials and local leaders participated. The Chief Minister highlighted the government’s plans to install 2,900 towers at a cost of ₹3,100 crore to provide mobile connectivity in around 5,500 habitations, addressing long-standing connectivity issues in these remote areas.