FREE WI-FI FACILITY INAUGURATED AT SHRI SAIBABA SANSTHAN, SHIRDI
FREE WI-FI FACILITY INAUGURATED AT
SHRI SAIBABA SANSTHAN, SHIRDI
SHIRDI: The FREE WI-FI facility for the devotees within the Temple area and renovation of the auspicious flooring work therein was initiated at the hands of Dr. Suresh Haware, Chairman, Shri Saibaba Sansthan Trust, Shirdi.
On this occasion Vice Chairman of the Sansthan Chandrashekhar kadam, Trustees S/Shri Bhausaheb Wakchoure, Bipindada Kolhe, Pratap Bhosle, Ad. Mohan Jaykar, Dr. Rajendra Singh, Trustee and president, Municipal Council Sau Yogitatai Shelke, Sachin Tambe, Dy. Collector Manoj Ghode, Dr. Eknath Gondkar, Execuitves of Swift mail Company, Corporators from Municipal Council, city residents, all the officers of the Sansthan, Sai devotees and staff were present. Introduction to the program was by Sansthan executive Officer Smt. Rubal Agrawal.
Speaking on the occasion Dr. Haware said that the devotees will be benefitted due to the start of WI-FI service within the temple areas. There are around 50,000 devotees who arrive for Darshan of Shri Sai Baba every day. With this WI-FI service, the information on lakhs of devotees will be compiled at the Sansthan and through the same various programs at the temple and the schemes could be carried to the devotees. The FREE WI-FI facility will be further utilized for Disaster management and providing information to the devotees at the time of heavy rush. While choosing the flooring, care has been taken so that the devotees will not slip on the same and the flooring will remain cool during summer months. Dr. Haware further said that the work on the first stage will be completed within 45 days and the work on the next stage will be started immediately thereafter.
On this occasion Vice Chairman of the Sansthan Chandrashekhar Kadam and Trustee Bhausaheb Wakchoure also addressed the gathering. Mr. Ravi Patwari and Akshay Patwari from Swift Mail were felicitated on behalf of the Sansthan on this occasion. Dr. Sandeep Aher, Dy Executive officer of the Sansthan proposed a vote of thanks.