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    The vision of Antyodaya has helped India’s digital economy grow. Union Ministers A Narayanaswamy and Devusinh Chauhan spoke about this at the Second G20 Digital Economic Working Group Meeting. They talked about how India has made progress in reaching marginalized communities through technology.

    Narayanaswamy emphasized the importance of including disabled people in the digital economy. He mentioned how 40 million people have been digitally certified thanks to the government’s flagship program. India’s experience can be shared with other G20 countries to promote inclusivity.

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    Devusinh talked about India’s fast progress in implementing 5G in 600 districts in less than 200 days. India has the second-largest telecom network with the lowest data rate in the world. The development of indigenous 4G and 5G technologies has surprised the world. Overall, the vision of Antyodaya has played a significant role in India’s digital economy revolution.

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