In a bid to make India fully digital, Centre under the Digital India scheme has begun providing free WiFi hotspots in gram panchayats. Uttarakhand\u2019s Dudhli is all set to benefit from the scheme as it is going to become the first gram panchayat in the state to be fully WiFi enabled. The initiative of converting Dudhli digital was taken by RTI activist Ajay Kumar who wrote to PMO\u2019s office in 2016, demanding internet connectivity. Kumar in his complaint had also highlighted the absence of a common service centre in his village. The PMO had taken note of the letter and built a common service center where now more than 10,000 people can receive their PAN card, voter id, various bills and caste certificates. According to reports, laying down of optical fibre cables and setting up of utility poles is underway in Doiwala. It is to be noted that Doiwala is also the constituency of Chief Minister Trivendra Singh Rawat. Doiwala is also expected to turn into another fully enabled WiFi hotspot gram panchayat at the end of this month. Locals of the Dudhli village are ecstatic and have said that the conversion of panchayats into WiFi hotspots are a great initiative. They expressed their joy as the village will now turn digital which will be beneficial for them. The WiFi has been named \u2018WiFi Chaupal\u2019 and all services of the state government and the Centre could be browsed for free over the connection. According to an official of the Union ministry of electronics and information technology, 54 other village panchayats will be equipped with WiFi connections. Digital India is a flagship campaign launched by Government of India to increase digital connectivity and to make the governance more transparent. The programme has the vision to transform India into a digitally empowered society and knowledge economy. Digital India scheme ensures that citizens are provided improved online infrastructure and increased internet activity.