Narendra Modi launches pension scheme for farmers, shopkeepers, self dependents

(PTI) Ranchi, September 12, 2019, Thursday

Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Thursday launched ambitious pension schemes for farmers, shopkeepers and self-reliant people in Jharkhand. 'Prime Minister Kisan Man Dhan Yojana' will provide small and marginal farmers Rs. Provides a minimum pension of 3,000. While the 'Ministerial Minister's Small Business Money Scheme' has been launched for shoppers and retail traders. PM Maddow has introduced 'self-employed' pension scheme for the self-reliant. The Prime Minister also inaugurated a new Jharkhand assembly building and a multi-model cargo terminal.

People aged between 18 and 40 will be able to apply to pension schemes for farmers, shopkeepers and self-reliant people. He has to pay Rs. 3,000 pension. The Prime Minister also inaugurated a new Jharkhand assembly building in Kut village. The three-storeyed building cost Rs. 465 crore has been made at a cost of Rs. It is the first paperless assembly in the country.

Meanwhile, Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Thursday said that the NDA 2.0 government is committed to tackling corruption, terrorism and development of Jammu and Kashmir, and assured the country that the first 100 days of the NDA government's rapid operation on these issues have yet to be seen in the trailer, The picture is still pending. Former Union Home Minister P.K. Citing Chidambaram, PM Modi said that earlier some people thought they were above the law and the courts, but their governments were committed to curbing corruption.

People who consider themselves above the laws and courts of the country are now applying to the court for bail. Some people have been jailed for corruption, which is the right place for them. "Our government is also committed to development along with tackling corruption and terrorism and has never seen such a rapid pace of development in the country," he said while addressing a public meeting.

Chidambaram is currently imprisoned in Tihar Jail in INX Media case. He added that the country has only seen a 'trailer' of the speed of his government's operation within 100 days, but the picture remains to be seen. Referring to the triple talaq bill that was passed in the first session of Parliament in Modi 2.0, the Prime Minister said that his government was committed to maintaining the honor of Muslims.

On the newly formed two Union Territories, he said that his government would develop Jammu and Kashmir and Ladakh. Work has begun for that. He earlier mentioned the lack of transparency in government works in Jharkhand and the scandals and said that Chief Minister Raghubar Das's government has made many efforts to bring transparency in government works in the last five years.

On the various welfare schemes introduced by the Central Government earlier, he said that in the last one year, 44 lakh people have benefited from Aushaman Bharat Health Insurance Scheme in the country. Ayushman Bharat Swasthya Bima Yojana, the world's largest health plan, started with the Prime Minister from Jharkhand last year.

Jharkhand's new multi-model terminal, launched on Thursday by the Prime Minister, has been built by the Inland Waterway Authority of India on the river Ganges at Sabiganj. The Prime Minister used to inaugurate the terminal online. It is believed to improve the transport system in the region. The cargo terminal has a storage capacity of 3 million tonnes annually and has parking and birthing space for two vessels.

Prime Minister Modi laid the foundation stone for 462 Ekalavidya model schools across the country, out of which 69 schools will be set up in 13 districts of Jharkhand. The Prime Minister also laid the foundation stone of the new building of the Jharkhand Secretariat. The new secretariat building in the capital of the state will cost Rs. 1238.92 crores at an estimated cost of Rs.

General Chat Chat Lounge