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On 3rd anniversary, PM Modi says concrete steps have transformed lives of people On 3rd anniversary, PM Modi says concrete steps have transformed lives of people

 

On 3rd anniversary, PM Modi says concrete steps have transformed lives of people

On the third anniversary of his rule, Prime Minister Narendra Modi today that these years have seen concrete measures “transformed” people’s lives. He highlighted statistics in various sectors to show comparisons between 2014 and now. It also invited the public to participate in a survey on its implementation Narendra Modi in the performance of his government. “Sat Hai, Hai Hai vishwas ho raha Vikas (there is cooperation, there is confidence and progress is being made),” the prime minister said.
“In the last 3 years they have seen concrete measures that have transformed people’s lives,” he said in another tweet. With the tweets she published graphs related to various sectors such as agriculture, mobile banking, tele-density, empowerment of women, “Do-in-India” tourism, electrification, solar and LED bulbs distribution

According to the chart, investment in this sector increased to Rs 1.43 billion rupees ($ 1.43 trillion). Rs 11,198 crore in 2013-14.
Under the heading “Digital India for India developed”, the graph indicates that broadband fiber optic network increased to 2,05,404 kms 358 kms in 2013-14.
In the tourism sector, the chart shows that India has experienced “rapid progress”. According to the chart, the ranking of EMF travel and tourism in India has moved from position 65 in 2014 to 40. In the field of solar energy, he said that India has taken a big step generation.
The installed capacity of solar energy is now 12,277 MW against 2,621 MW in March 2014. Inviting the public to participate in a survey, Modi asked two questions: “What do you think of the Government? Where have we done well and where can we do the best. “

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