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Focus on ‘New India’ with the poor in PM’s speech on Independence Day.

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Prime Minister Narendra Modi can emphasize the policies created by keeping the corruption free governance in mind and keeping in view the interests of the poor, the farmers and the backward classes while addressing the country from the ramparts of the Red Fort on the Independence Day. For this, the prime minister can count the achievements of the government’s efforts and the National Backward Classes Commission to give constitutional status to maintain the original provision of the SC / ST Act recently.

The sources present in the government told ET that this speech will focus on national pride. It will also be mentioned about how people are leading change in ‘New India’. During this time Modi can announce the launch of his ambitious plan ‘Ayushman Bharat’ in selected districts of some states. This is a medical insurance plan in which the poor family will get insurance cover up to Rs 5 lakh annually. This scheme will be implemented across the country from October 2.

Modi can also appeal to the public that he celebrated the 150th birth anniversary of Mahatma Gandhi following his principles on October 2. In his speech, the decision to increase the Minimum Support Price in the interest of the farmers, to stop the criminals from leaving the country and referring to the government’s efforts to pass a criminal criminal fugitive bill and three divorce bills from Parliament to Parliament. Can.

Among the three major achievements Modi can mention, the 5 million LPG cylinders distributed under the Ujjwala scheme, the construction of eight million toilets in rural India and the power of 10 million people under the Good Luck scheme in the last 4 years. . The official said, “Lucknow is aiming to provide electricity to 3.48 crore people of the scheme, out of which 1.12 crore people have been evacuated. The rest of the target will be achieved by March 2019. At the same time, 5.21 crores LPG cylinders have been released under the Ujjwala scheme and by the end of this year, the target of sharing the 80 million Ujjwala connections can be achieved.