"If we do it in a time-bound manner and ensure our schemes benefit the target group, there is no dilution or diversion and the approach is outcome-based, then by 2022, our rural development will be so fast that it will fulfil our dreams of the past 70 years", Mr. Modi said.
Later, PM Modi visited Delhi's Indian Agriculture Research Institute on the occasion of the birth centenary celebrations of Nanaji Deshmukh.
Modi said it was imperative that correct guidelines flow down from above and correct information flows up from below. "And for this, continuous dialogue between the government and the people is necessary", he said.
He said the States that had an efficient and proactive machinery delivered welfare schemes better.
The Prime Minister, who formally launched 11 Rural Self-Employment Training Institutes (RSETI) and a mobile app to track development schemes, said democracy was not just about winning elections but ensuring participative development.
The Prime Minister said if villages have 24 hour power and water supply and are connected with optical cable for internet, teachers, doctors and bureaucrats would not hesitate in living there. He did pioneering work towards poverty alleviation, rural health, rural education and took forward the legacy of Pt. Deendayal Upadhyaya for nation building.Читайте также: Timberwolves Sign Forward Andrew Wiggins to Multi-Year Contract Extension
Speaking further, PM Modi said that facilities that are associated with cities must also be made available to the villages.
Referring to efforts being made to end the practice of open defecation, he said an increasing number of villages are now naming toilets as 'izzat ghar' (house of honour) as women do not have to relieve themselves in the open anymore.
He will offer floral tributes to Nanaji Deshmukh and Loknayak Jayaprakash Narayan.
The Prime Minister recalled when the Janata Party government was formed in 1977, Nanaji Deshmukh was requested to join as a minister but he refused.
"Loknayak JP fought corruption in the nation". He also informed how his leadership rattled those in power that time. He will launch a portal for coordination and monitoring of development works at the district level.
Congress spokesperson R.P. N. Singh told reporters here that the Prime Minister's Economic Advisory Council was an "institution" created to guide on a serious and complicated subject like economy which affects the daily lives of crores of common people, adding the PMEAC had emminent economists like Suresh Tendulkar and C. Rangrarajan during the Congress-led UPA government.При любом использовании материалов сайта и дочерних проектов, гиперссылка на обязательна.
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