40 big decisions of Narendra Modi government

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40 big decisions of Narendra Modi government

After the Modi government got a clear majority of the people, now the biggest challenge is to fulfill its promises. Narendra Modi is also going to release the report card of his government’s work on the rule of 100. Take a look at some of the big decisions of the NDA government so far…

1- Approval of 100 percent FDI in railway infrastructure and 49 percent in defense.

2- Launch of broadband scheme to connect education and telemedicine at village level under Digital India Idea.

3- Launch of Pradhan Mantri Jan Dhan Yojana to connect every family with banking service and provide insurance of one lakh rupees.

4- Announcement to create a new creative institution in place of the historic Planning Commission.

5- Announcement to run the country’s first bullet train between Ahmedabad to Mumbai.

6- Permission to take 12 cylinders at any time in a year instead of one cylinder every month.

7- Citizens will not have to pay tax up to 2.5 lakh income.

8- The Modi government approved an infra project of Rs 2 lakh crore.

9- Decision to increase the limit of foreign investment in insurance and defense sector.

Announcement of a fund of Rs 7060 crore in the budget for the establishment of 100 smart cities.

11- Cancellation of secretary level talks with Pakistan for having links with Kashmiri separatists.

12- Passing the Judiciary Bill for transparent appointment of judges.

13- To eliminate the hassle of getting attested by the gazette officer for government works.

14- Handing over INS Kolkata INS Kamorta to the Army to improve maritime border security.

15- Despite America’s efforts, not signing the subsidy agreement.

Under Ganga Project, Ganga Rejuvenation Mission ‘Namami Gange’ launched with an allocation of Rs 2,037 crore.

17- Announcement of mobile banking facility to bank account holders even without internet.

Under the target of housing for all by 2022, a provision of Rs 4000 crore for the National Housing Bank.

19- Pradhan Mantri Krishi Cumulative Yojana for farmers with a provision of 1000 crores.

20- Allocation of Rs 1,000 crore to increase rail connectivity in the Northeast.

 

21- Improved relations with SAARC countries, announced help to Nepal in Nepal visit after 17 years.

22- Decision to establish a hundred billion dollar BRICS bank in the BRICS conference.

23- The Supreme Court considered the interim report of the SIT on the black money case, progress in the investigation of black money abroad.

24- High level committee formed in FCI, increased MEP to stop export of onion and potato.

Retail inflation stood at 25- 8.59 percent, reduced to 8.28 percent in May and 7.31 percent in June.

26- Declaration of Make in India for employment opportunities to youth through manufacturing and manufacturing.

27- Modi government started online service for environmental clearance.

28- Approval of changes in the Juvenile Justice Act 2000, the Juvenile Justice Board will decide the trial of juveniles in the general court.

29- Proposal presented to the cabinet for major reforms in the labor law.

30- Foundation laid for new power projects in Maharashtra, Jharkhand and Haryana.

31- Laying the foundation stone of multi project SEZ at JNPT port of Mumbai under Sagarmala project.

32- In the direction of road transport, 14 highway projects started in ten states including Jammu and Kashmir, Maharashtra.

33- Mumbai Metro and Vaishno Devi Rail Project started, rail transport started till Katra.

34- Minimum monthly pension for EPFO ​​subscribers is Rs 1,000, monthly salary ceiling raised from Rs 6,500 to Rs 15,000.

35- To eliminate Red Tapism, all Groups of Ministers are abolished, the Secretariat and PMO Office will intervene if the ministry encounters problems.

36- Preparations to abolish RTO office by bringing new laws, Motor Vehicles Amendment Bill will be introduced in the next session of Parliament.

37- Prohibition on keeping relatives of ministers in personal staff and giving contract acquaintances.

38- Target to make every MP a village in his area as a model village by 2016.

39- Ministers will now have to take permission from the PMO at the expense of more than one lakh.

40- Work will be done in the ministries 6 days a week, under strict rules, the office will have to reach at 9 am.

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