These 5 announcements on which the Modi government also do not want to discuss now, the reason is special.
Budget 2019 : The Modi government has started many schemes during its tenure, many of which have been successful, but in some plans, the result is not available as expected. Now the Opposition is an attacker on the government about these schemes and the government is cutting back to talk. We have come with a list of five such plans for you, on which the government is avoiding the success of the drum beat.
In absence of Arun Jaitley, Piyush Goyal will present the interim budget of the Modi government on February 1. It is being said that this budget will be special for every section. Because in front of the 2019 Lok Sabha elections. In fact, the Modi government started all the schemes during its tenure, many of which were successful, but in some plans, the result was not available as expected. Now the Opposition is an attacker on the government about these schemes and the government is cutting back to talk. We have come with a list of five such plans for you, on which the government is avoiding the success of the drum beat.
1. Skill India
Skill India scheme was started by the NDA Government on July 15, 2015. Prime Minister Narendra Modi himself launched it on the occasion of International Youth Day. Under this campaign, by 2022, the goal of 40 million people in India is to train in different skills, which can be self-sufficient after training. Skil India is a dream project of PM Modi. But what the government hoped for this campaign was not achieved. The government has also become its voice, so last year the government took major changes in it and took charge of this ministry from Rajiv Pratap Rudy. The opposition is now telling Skull India the flop. At the same time, the government seems to be avoiding this open discussion, because the current figures were far away from what the government had set.
The government is also on backfoot on the ban on the ban. Government hoped that this will expose black money to a large extent. But 99.3% of old notes came back to the bank. From which the opposition attacked and sharpened the government. Now the BJP leaders avoid mentioning the ban on public discounts in public meetings. At the same time, the Opposition is accusing that PM Modi has imposed a ban on the country without considering it. There was a cash crisis in front of people and about 100 people died in order to change the notes. On November 8, 2016, Prime Minister Narendra Modi announced a ban on blackmail. As a result, notes of 1000 rupees and 500 rupees were illegal.
3. black money
Before the 2014 Lok Sabha elections, Narendra Modi himself has aroused questions on the UPA government about the black money coming back. He promised people that the NDA government at the center would see big results on the issue of black money. But more than four years has passed and the government has not got any major success on this issue. The black money deposited abroad is yet to come back. Now the government is avoiding discussing issues like black money. The Opposition says that the Modi government has not taken any meaningful steps on the withdrawal of black money.
4. Smart City
In 2014, the scheme was launched in the name of ‘smart city’ to make 100 cities smart across the country. In order to develop a citizen-friendly urban area, several other initiatives have been taken, including investment of more than Rs. 6,85,758 crores. This mission covers 100 cities and its period is up to five years (from fiscal year 2015-16 to fiscal year 2019-20). But now it seems that the government’s project has been in cold storage. Because the four years has passed and the work has not been done in the fastest way, the roadmap was prepared. No deadline is fixed for how long this project will be completed. That is, this was a scheme of the Modi Government which made people very much hopeful. But in the four years the result is not available as expected.
5. Namami Ganga Yojna
The Modi government was proud of the cleaning of Ganga in 2014, when it came to power, to make the Ganga separate, it was made to the ministry separately and the responsibility was handed over to Uma Bharati. The government has fixed Rs 20 thousand crore in five years on this plan. Large amount of money was spent, but Ganga was left unfurling. Then Anon Phanan was handed over to the Ganga Ministry Nitin Gadkari. The government also feels that the speed of Ganga cleaning work was not possible. Still the government is avoiding speaking anything openly on this. Now Nitin Gadkari says that by 2020 the water of Ganga will be worth drinking. But in the name of Ganga cleanliness, the opposition continues to surround the government. The Opposition says that Namami Ganga Yojana is following the goal due to the lack of financial management and the delay due to the delay in making plans for cleaning the Ganga.