Narendra Modi plans: The party’s efforts in the forthcoming general elections have to be sustained in the success of the schemes launched during the last five years. In view of the data of these five schemes of the Central Government, these schemes can turn the power of power in 2019.
After the assembly elections in five states, the informal elections in the country will be incomplete in 2019. In the 2014 elections, the Bharatiya Janata Party, with an unexpected majority, formed the first full majority BJP government in the country and Narendra Modi became the Prime Minister of the country. Now, Narendra Modi, who is completing his first term, will be among the public once again for another term.
The party’s efforts in the forthcoming general elections have to be sustained in the success of the schemes launched during the last five years. In view of the data of these five schemes of the Central Government, these schemes can turn the power of power in 2019.
Narendra Modi plans
Narendra Modi plans: Under the Prime Minister’s Money Scheme, non-banking financial companies and micro finance institutions provide loans to small and medium enterprises without any securities.
This loan is given to increase the employment while promoting small businesses in non-agricultural sector. This scheme was launched by Prime Minister Narendra Modi on April 8, 2015 and under this, debt of Rs 5.71 lakh crore has been shared. The benefits of this scheme were given to 12.27 crore people during the three years in which 3.49 crore beneficiaries have taken loans for new business.
Narendra Modi plans
Narendra Modi plans: Under the Pradhan Mantri Ujjwala scheme, provision of LPG connections to the 5 crore households below poverty line was given without any security deposit. After the launch, the goal of reaching 5 million families was completed in 28 months. After this, during the current financial year, the target of this scheme has been made to 8 crore families and the provision of Rs. 12,800 crores has been made for the scheme from the central budget.
Under the Pradhanmantri Awas Yojana in the rural area, provision has been made to all households in the country by 2022. This scheme was launched on 20th November 2016 and by 2022, it was decided to build 2.95 crore houses. In the first phase of the plan, by March 31, 2019, there is a target to build 10 million permanent houses.
According to the Central Government figures, a total of 1.07 crore permanent houses have been prepared in the rural areas from the financial year 2014-15 to 2017-18. Out of these, 38.20 lakh houses are constructed under the Prime Minister’s housing scheme and the remaining houses are under Indira Awaas Yojana.
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Prime Minister Narendra Modi launched the Swachh Bharat Mission on October 2, 2014 and till October 2, 2019, the goal of complete sanitation was fixed in the rural areas under this scheme. Under this scheme, there is a provision of providing Rs. 12,000 for the rural households to make toilets in the house.
This amount is given by both the Central Government and the State Governments under a fixed formula. According to the Central Government data, the construction of toilets in 88.9 percent rural areas has been completed till 31 August 2018. Since launching the scheme in 2014, more than 7.94 million toilets have been constructed so far. This construction has been done in 4.06 lakh villages in 419 districts of 19 states and these villages have been freed from the open in the open.
Under the Pradhan Mantri Janhan Yojna, there is a provision to provide banking facilities to the weaker sections of the society and low income families. Under the scheme, amenities like Savings Bank Account, loan transfer, money transfer, insurance and pension have also been added to poor citizens.
According to the latest data from the Central Government, 32.41 crore generating accounts have been opened in the country. The total deposits in these accounts exceeded Rs 81,200 crore. Under the Janhanan, 53 per cent accounts of women opened in open bank accounts and 59 per cent accounts are open in rural areas and towns in the country. In order to facilitate easy transactions under this scheme, 24.4 crore cards have also been issued on Janhanan accounts.
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