Termed as the populous budget of #Modi Government, the interim budget of 2019 announced by finance minister Piyush Goyal stated many highlights and achievements of the Modi #government including the health of India’s GDP. The budget, that was sighted as an opportunity for Modi Government to appease middle class and farmers before India goes to vote in 2019. Read here the important things that IMPACTED INDIA’S GROWTH during Modi Government.
Modi Government achievements as announced in Interim budget 2019 by Finance minister Piyush Goyal
GROWTH COMPARISON: Growth in the last 5 years has been higher than that by any other govt.
BANKING: Spent Rs 2.6 lakh crore in recap of PSU Banks.
INFLATION: Average inflation in UPA government was 10% and we have brought that down that to 4 percent. Inflation in December 2018 was 2.1%. If we had not controlled inflation our families would have been spending 35-40 per cent more on daily use items.
COAL ALLOCATION: We conducted transparent auctioning of natural resources like coal and oil.
AVIATION: Domestic air traffic doubled in the last 5 years.
SANITATION: Over 90 percent of the country has been covered under sanitation coverage. People have made this a social revolution and I thank the 130 crore people of the country.
More than 5.45 lakh villages have been declared Open Defecation Free.
ELECTRICITY: Everybody will get an electricity connection in the near future. We have provided 143 crore electricity bulb to the poor. in the near future. We have provided 143 crore electricity bulb to the poor.
HELATHCARE: Ayushman Bharat the world's largest healthcare program was launched to provide medical care to almost 50 crore people, resulting in 3,000 crore savings by poor families Lower costs of Stents & Knee implants have benefitted people. Government has announced 14 new AIIMS since 2014.
MUDRA YOJNA: Loans worth Rs 7.23 lakh crore have been given under Mudra Yojana.
MOBILE DATA: Monthly mobile data consumption has increased 50x in last 5 years; cost of data & voice calls in India is possibly the lowest in the world.