Anti Corruption and National Integration Measures by Prime Minister Narendra Modi: OFBJP met Indian Community in Netherlands to appreciate the historic decision of India to remove Article 370 and 35A to end Nepotism, Corruption and Isolation – Decades of dynastic politics did not give the youth of Jammu and Kashmir an opportunity to lead. Prime Minister Narendra Modi urged the youth, the sisters and daughters of the area, to take charge of the development of their own area.
The dream of Sardar Patel, Babasaheb Ambedkar, Dr. Syama Prasad Mukherjee, Atal ji [former Prime Minister Atal Bihari Vajpayee], and crores of patriots is now fulfilled.
India/Bharat/ Hindustan has seen remarkable changes in India’s development. India is on the spotlight globally and domestically significant steps have been taken towards social and financial inclusion to ensure holistic development of all sections of the society.
Prime Minister Narendra Modi has endorsed several initiatives himself in order to ensure the change happens at grass root level and his vision and direction is known to all. Few of them are mentioned below.
Financial Inclusiveness & Economy Boost:
Make in India, Stand up India, GST, Pradhan Manti Mudra Yojana: Helps to boost Economy and benefit the poor.
World Bank says India has huge potential, projects 7.3% growth in 2018, GST implementation started from 1 April 2017 to increase simplicity, Strict Benami laws, Make in India helps to ease of doing business and India emerges as the new hub of vaccine research. For more information, Pradhan Mantri Mudra Yojana supports loan benefits to poor for more information click here.
Anti Corruption Measures:
Digitalisation: Revolutionizing the way Bharat transacts.
New India ushers in a cashless economy. India’s digital payments to grow three-fold in 2017, BHIM App crosses 17 million downloads – A world record, Government introduces a new scan & pay solution, Aadhaar-Enabled Payments Double, Digital Transactions Cross Rs. 2,400 Crore since note Ban, Digital transactions surge 44% to Rs 149.5 lakh crore in March 2017, Digi Dhan: Transaction of Rs 1,590 wins Central Bank of India customer Rs 1 cr, 1.10 lakh gram panchayats given optical fibre connectivity: Govt, Digital transactions rise to 1.11 billion in January 2018, Govt to provide Cloud connectivity to all courts for better information flow, Union Budget 2018 has plans to go digital in schools
Demonetisation – A historic & multi-dimensional success:
Decisive blow to terrorism & naxalism, Benami assets worth Rs 1,833 crore attached, Note ban: Taxman picked 20,572 I-T returns for detailed probe, Bankers say note ban has been good for them, Direct tax collection rises 15% to Rs 4.39 lakh cr in Apr-Oct, Formalising Indian economy & ensuring better jobs for the poor. For more information click here.
There are several myths about demonetization. Below video explains the initiative.