Delhi, 17th December, 2023: While addressing the ‘Viksit Bharat Sankalp Yatra’ organised at Sanand in Ahmedabad district, Union Home and Cooperation minister Amit Shah said that improving the quality of life of 60 crore poor people in the country has been the biggest achievement of the Narendra Modi government.
He also urged everyone to take a pledge to make India a developed country and strive to realise the dream of those who sacrificed their lives for the country’s freedom.
It is a well-known fact that under the leadership of Modi ji and the guidance of Amit Shah, an effort was made to secure India by carrying out surgical strikes on Pakistan, the incomplete dream of abrogation of Article 370 became a reality, undertook the work of constructing Lord Ram temple in Ayodhya, took India to the Moon through Chandrayaan mission, improved economic parameters to their best since independence, and led to the highest industrial development since independence.
In today’s era of Amritkaal, 60 crore poor get water directly to their houses through water connection, gas cylinder, own houses with toilets, free healthcare up to Rs. 5 lakh and also get 5 kg food grains free of cost. In the past 9 years, the Modi-Shah duo has made sure that the gas cylinder reaches the household of crores of poor women, something that nobody would have imagined. More than 4 crore poor people were given houses and arrangements were made to supply tap water to every household. Every village was connected by road, every house was provided with electricity connection and provided with bank account, and arrangements were made that every poor person gets 5 kg food grains per month for free of cost.Free COVID-19 vaccination to 130 crore people of the country was possible only under Modi government.
The Modi-Shah duo, who practice the politics of Antyodaya, have ensured that every person gets 100 percent benefits of Ayushman card, tap water connection, toilet, gas cylinder, benefits of government schemes, so that people are satisfied, and the country becomes developed. Today, in Amritkaal no one is deprived of clean fuel for domestic use, toilet, medicines, and food.