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Modi Government has set the 1000 days plan | Aims to complete 75 welfare projects by June 2022

by Rishi Uvaach - Jun 7 2019 5:34PM

 

Narendra Modi-led Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) has won the colossal mandate not only based on their past performance but also for the promises they made in the 2019 election manifesto. Without wasting even a second BJP has already hit the ground running to complete major 75 milestone projects by June 2022, just before the 75th anniversary of India's Independence. All the Central ministries have started preparing a 1000-day agenda for action with clear timelines for significant milestones and related tasks. This is the first time when any Government has adopted the working culture of the corporate world. Let's see how this 1000-day plan looks like.

There is a plan to ensure a pucca house for every family, for which the government has planned two crore homes to be completed by June 2022. This has been divided into three parts — 70 lakh homes by June 2020; 70 lakh homes by June 2021; and 60 lakh homes by June 2022

 The government has the aim to construct all-weather connectivity roads to every village by June 2022. The action plan will be completed by 2 October 2019. In the first five years of the newly-elected NDA government, 130-135 kilometers road length was constructed and at least 92 percent eligible, and feasible areas have been covered. Now, the state governments have been asked to complete a comprehensive need analysis and submit the report by 15 August 2019

 To meet the agriculture-related milestone, the government has aimed to increase incomes of households through individual beneficiary schemes of MNREGA and diversified livelihoods through national rural livelihood mission

 Government has big plans for financial inclusion, for which an action plan is being prepared to ensure banking facilities within five km of habitation and increase digital transactions and end-to-end digitized government process in welfare schemes

 The government is preparing to have 1000 farmer producer organizations, to provide better market opportunities for rural products

 Ministry of agriculture and other stakeholders have started working on a pension scheme for all small and marginal farmers above the age of 60 years

 There is a plan in place to provide skill development opportunities for differently-abled and young widows, which is ready for rollout and expansion of pension coverage for above 60 years is being worked out

• Government has plans to ensure a toilet in every home and every village to be equipped with solid and liquid waste management, which is called as "Promote diverse models for waste to wealth."

 To address the significant economic challenges in the hinterland, the plan has been proposed to take advantage of nano enterprises of self-help groups in villages for planned development and creation of at least 1000 clusters for infrastructure and economic activity. These clusters would be around tourism, micro enterprises, handlooms, handicrafts, agriculture processing units, education, skills, manufacturing, warehousing, and central government will provide additional funding for the projects

 Government is preparing a roadmap to achieve 9 percent to 10 percent growth rate with higher investment rates and exports and double growth rate for the manufacturing sector

 The government has the objective to increase the participation of female labor force to at least 30 percent

 Everybody has eyes on the most aspirational aim of the government to Double the farmer's income by 2022

Give better access to credit at a reasonable cost for those presently excluded

There is a plan to achieve 175 GW of renewable energy and reduce imports of oil and gas by 10 percent.

Complete Bharatmala Phase-1 and double national highway roads by 2022

Ensuring secondary and tertiary care under Ayushman Bharat and increasing the availability of paramedics and doctors and also reducing by 15 percent out-of-pocket expenditure in health through publicly financed health insurance and quality primary care.

With the motto of 'all children in school and all children learning,' the government has a plan to bridge the gender gap in higher education with linkages to work opportunities by 2022

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