A “dynamic village” plan for the benefit of border areas: PM: The Tribune India


Tribune press service

New Delhi, February 23

On Wednesday, Prime Minister Narendra Modi urged people to visit border villages to give some “dynamism” to sparsely populated areas along the borders.

Addressing a webinar on the impact of the budget on rural development, the Prime Minister also called for convergence of efforts to ensure 100% implementation of the announcements made in the Union budget on time. allotted. He said the Vibrant Village program announced in the budget was important for the development of border villages.

Women’s empowerment

The empowerment of women is the foundation of the rural economy. Financial inclusion has ensured their role in family decisions. —Narendra Modi, Prime Minister

“The budget gave a clear roadmap to achieve the target of benefit saturation of government development programs and how basic amenities can reach one hundred percent of the population,” Modi said. This was the second webinar in this series. Relevant Union Ministers, State Government representatives and other stakeholders were present on the occasion.

He emphasized inclusive growth and in this regard emphasized women’s financial inclusion and holistic village development. “Women’s power is the foundation of the rural economy. Financial inclusion has ensured greater participation of women in family financial decisions,” he added.

Elaborating on the government’s priorities, Modi said the Prime Minister’s Development Initiative for the North East will ensure saturation of basic amenities in the region. “Svamiva Scheme” helps to properly demarcate residences and land in villages. Over 40 lakh property cards have been issued,” he said.

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