UNGA: Sushma told ‘notebook’: PM Modi’s courageous step, reads of Jan Dhan Yojana
Sushma Swaraj said that after the implementation of Jan Dhan Yojana, at least 30 crore Indians have bank accounts today who have never crossed the bank’s door. This population is equal to the population of America.
United Nations: External Affairs Minister Sushma Swaraj told Saturday (September 23) that the ban on corruption was one of the “bold” decisions of Prime Minister Narendra Modi to challenge black money. On November 8, 2016, Prime Minister Narendra Modi had announced the withdrawal of 500 and 1000 rupees notes from the currency to curb black money, fake notes, terrorism financing and corruption. Addressing the 72nd session of the United Nations General Assembly, Sushma said, “One of the producers of notebook corruption was a brave decision to challenge ‘Kalandhan’. He also said that India has passed the Goods and Services Tax Act, through which provision of same type of tax has been made in the entire country in place of different and distressed categories of taxes in different parts of India.
Sushma said, “Our ‘daughter save me, teach daughter’ campaign is reducing gender disparity. What is emerging from Swachh Bharat Abhiyan can be said to be a revolutionary change in social behavior and habits. “He said that India has demonstrated courage and leadership capability in making strong decisions, through which the process of sustainable development Has started. He said that the complete eradication of poverty is the most important priority of the present government.
He said, “There are two ways to overcome the curse of poverty. The traditional way is to increase support and help and guide it. “Sushma said,” But our Prime Minister Narendra Modi has chosen a more fundamental way, through economic empowerment. The poor are not helpless, we have not only given them opportunities. We are doing away with poverty by investing in the poor. We are making him a job seeker from the job seeker. “He said that all the economic programs …. Janshan, Mudra, Ujwala, Skill India, Digital India, Clean India, Start Up India and Stand Up India … The basic purpose of this is to empower the poor. ”
He said, “Janshana Yojana should be counted as the world’s largest financial inclusive scheme.” He said that at least 30 crore Indians have bank accounts which have never crossed the bank’s door. did . This population is equal to the population of America. He said, “Obviously it was not easy to complete it in three years but our banks achieved this visionary goal set by our Prime Minister. The goal has been fixed that every Indian family will have a bank account. “He also said that these accounts were opened on ‘Zero Balance’.
He said that under the money scheme, the government also financed those people who did not have this facility. He said, “Those who had never thought that bank loans are in their options, they are getting liberal credit for micro-business under the money scheme today.” He said that 70% of these loans were available to women Are there.
Sushma said that Ujjwala scheme is a very important scheme of the government and that free gas cylinders are being provided to the poor so that women do not face serious threats of wooden hinges. He said that India has started this year … Sanra Development Partnership Fund.They emphasized that India is fully engaged in fighting poverty.