The initiative will help the people to click selfies with the animals and post it online instantly.

Though the service is partly operational in Nehru Zoological Park, it will take two to three months to enable WiFi in the entire zoo if it is found not to be harmful for the animals.  

The visitors to the zoo seemed excited to avail free internet facility.

Besides high speed public WiFi, zoo officials are also planning other services like Automated Teller Machine (ATM) and e-services to let visitors enjoy their trip and work simultaneously.

The Central government's push for technology, which plans to provide electronic governance and universal phone connectivity across the country, aims to bridge India's digital divide, bringing in large investments in technology manufacturing.

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