PM Narendra Modi’s speeches from Red Fort, 3 big announcements made.
New Delhi, Prime Minister Narendra Modi presented the report card of his government completing five years while addressing the country from the Red Fort on the occasion of the 72nd Independence Day on Wednesday and also made 3 major announcements. These announcements are related to health, space and women. In this, the biggest health care scheme ‘Ayushman Bharat’, India’s future plans for space and women’s entry in the army were discussed.
First Declaration: Hindustani in space till 2022
The Prime Minister said that till 2022, no Indian will be in space. This will make India the fourth country to send human beings into space. Modi said, “I am giving a good news to the countrymen today. When 20 years of independence in 75 years or 75 years of independence, if any, there will be no child of Mother Bharti, whether son or daughter, in space. He will have a tricolor in his hand. With this, India will become the fourth country in the world to bring human beings into space. ”
According to the news, ISRO is striving hard for this mission. For this, a budget of about 9 thousand crore rupees has been kept.
Second Declaration: Ayushman India to start from September 25
Ayushman Bharat Scheme will be started across the country from September 25. Speaking from Red Fort, the PM said that the ‘Prime Minister Jan Arogya Yojana’ will be started on the birth anniversary of Pandit Deen Dayal. This will provide poor and economical healthcare facilities to the poor. The PM said that its testing has started. The poor patients who take advantage of this scheme will be insured and their cashless treatment will be done. By taking treatment with the expenses of the first person, the government will not have to worry about getting the money up to Rs five lakh.
Third Declaration: Women rights in army
The PM also gifted women on the occasion of Independence Day. He also announced to give permanent commission to women officers in the army. The PM said that now the women officers appointed through the Short Service Commission in the Indian Armed Forces will get permanent employment by taking the same examination as male equivalent officers. He further said, “Women are moving forward from the school to the army and on the shoulders side by side. There are three women judges for the first time in the Supreme Court. ‘
Apart from this, PM Modi also made a big announcement about Jammu and Kashmir. In this, he said that there are ongoing preparations for the long pending Panchayat and body elections. Referring to Jammu Kashmir, PM Modi said, “There was a call to Atal ji for the sake of- Humanism, Kashmiriat, Jamhuriyat. I have also said, can be done only by embracing the solution of every problem of Jammu and Kashmir. Our government is committed to the development of all the areas and all sections of Jammu and Kashmir. ”