CM inaugurates wi-fi-enabled Delhi Pavilion at trade fair
Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal on Saturday inaugurated wi-fi-enabled Delhi Pavilion at Pragati Maidan showcasing government’s works including 50 per cent reduction in power bills, free water up to 700 litres, Anti-Corruption Helpline, Car-Free Day initiative and Mohalla Clinics.
Kejriwal, who was accompanied by his deputy Manish Sisodia, Delhi Home Minister Satyendra Jain and Food & Supplies Minister Imran Hussain, visited every stall of different departments installed at the Pavilion. The theme for the Delhi Pavilion this year, is people empowerment through multiple people initiatives undertaken by the Delhi government. After two years, a Delhi CM has inaugurated the state pavilion. In November last year, LG Najeeb Jung had inaugurated the event as Delhi was under President Rule last year.
“We have made the entire Delhi Pavilion a wi-fi zone so that visitors coming here could be able to use the service,” Sisodia said. Banners - ‘Delhi I Love you’, the new face of changing Delhi’ having CM’s picture’, ‘Car-Free Day’ - have been installed at the pavilion. The Health department has installed a temporary Mohalla Clinic to give medical treatment to people. Besides, the Transport department has also showcased its different achievements — success of Car-Free Day, efforts of making Delhi pollution-free. The department has also provided a facility of getting learner license at the Pavilion.