Chairman of Reliance Industries (RIL), Mukesh Ambani, on Wednesday said that very soon Punjab would well be one of the first states in the country to have a broadband connection in every village.
Speaking at the Progressive Punjab Investment Summit in Mohali, Ambani said that Reliance had committed an investment of Rs 2,000 crore in the previous edition of the summit in 2013 and the company has already invested Rs 3,900 crores in the state.
“I want to congratulate the state government for not only accepting our suggestions, but also implementing them. It is our partnership to serve the people. We have to make sure people have the trust and confidence in us. …,” he said.
On Reilance JIO which is poised to start 4G services in Punjab, Ambani said that the launch will make sure that all farmers get better yield and productivity as would the small and medium industry. Efforts will be made to see that traders get a level playing field in an arena with
“We make sure youth are able to start up businesses and create value for themselves in the new world,” he said.
Ambani said that the world is at the cusp of digital transformation and Punjabi can play a major role in it.