Education, job creation, healthcare in focus: Modi

Education, job creation, healthcare in focus: Modi

Prime Minister Narendra Modi. (File Photo: IANS)

Today:- New Delhi, April – Appreciating the work of the BJP MPs and MLAs at the grassroot level, Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Sunday said his government is focusing on education for children, opportunities for youth and medicine for the elderly.

He asked all the party MLAs to undertake at least one developmental work for villages under them which would help take the villages forward, and also invited suggestions to celebrate the 150th birth anniversary of Mahatma Gandhi with the focus on “Swachhta Abhiyan” (cleanliness drive).

“Your connect with people directly has ushered in a positive change by ensuring that schemes reach the grassroots as well as concerns of people reach the lawmakers. The BJP leaders should be involved in every work that is being undertaken in the society for the welfare of people,” the Prime Minister said during an interaction with Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) MPs and MLAs through the “Narendra Modi” mobile app.

Answering a question on improving the lives of the people in the villages, the Prime Minister stressed on collective power of the people residing in villages.

“The development of villages is not a work of only the budget or the government… The people also need to be aware of their rights and duties. The biggest strength of any village is its unity,” he said.

He also mentioned about social activist Anna Hazare’s village, where he had stressed on cleanliness and how that village had now become a model for others to follow.

Speaking about the Mudra Yojna, he said that 11 crore people had already benefited from the scheme.

“Women in self-help groups are coming up with new employment opportunities in various sectors,” he said.

Lauding BJP workers for the “Gram Swaraj Abhiyan” being held from April 14 to May 5, the Prime Minister urged the party cadres to ensure that the benefits of Mudra Yojana, Ujjwala Yojana and insurance schemes reach the grassroot level.

He urged the party leaders to hold regular Gram Sabhas, enhance their social media outreach, encourage the use of the BHIM app and further the movement of cashless transactions.

During an hour-long interaction, the Prime Minister also shared his views on the recently launched “Ayushman Bharat” scheme.

“The government wants to establish wellness centres for villages, so that people can avail the best healthcare facilities. The government is focusing on education to children, opportunities for youth and medicine for elderly,” he said.

Speaking on agriculture, he said many farmers were unaware of a number of agricultural facts and schemes and that there was a need to organise campaigns to educate them.

“There is a need to highlight that the recommendations of the Swaminathan Commission on Minimum Support Price have been implemented, so that the farmers can benefit from it,” he said asking the lawmakers to organise workshops on the latest farming techniques in villages.

Mentioning the BJP’s recent victory in Jharkhand in the Nagar Parishad, Nagar Panchayat and municipal corporation polls, the Prime Minister said the win reflected the people’s faith in the politics of development of the BJP.

During the interaction, the Prime Minister also answered questions from elected representatives of the party across the country on various issues including skilling the youth, rural development and farmers welfare.



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