Welfare programmes under PM Modi's administration will benefit the poor, according to Union Minister of State Nityanand Rai

Union Minister of State for Home Affairs Nityanand Rai said the Narendra Modi governments welfare programs were a boon . He said that the Modi government has concentrated on the wellbeing of poor people in the country and their wellbeing .

New Delhi, India, November 9, : Union Minister of State for Home Affairs Nityanand Rai said on Friday that the Narendra Modi government's welfare programs were a boon while also highlighting the success of various programs being implemented for the underprivileged.Rai said that the Centre had extended the Pradhan Mantri Garib Kalyan Anna Yojna (PMGKAY) program till December 2022.So far, 3.45 lakh crore has been contributed to the remaining Rs.5,000.

70,000.Rai said that this will cover nearly 80 crore beneficiaries in India and that it will be fully funded by the Government of India, and that the Minister said that as part of financial inclusion, the number of beneficiaries under PMJDY has increased from 14.72 crore in March 2015 to 46.25 crore as of August 10, 2022.According to Rai, 56% of Jan-Dhan account holders are women, and 67% of Jan-Dhan accounts are in rural and semi-urban areas.He said that the Modi government has concentrated on the wellbeing of poor people in the country and their wellbeing.Har Ghar Swasthya (Ayushman Yojana)- The laboratory network has been strengthened in the last two years, both in terms of testing facilities and diagnostics.India is currently testing 11-12 lakh samples per day, according to MoS Home.

Jan Aushadhi Kendra's revenues increased from Rs 7.29 crore in 2014-15 to over Rs 890 crore in 2021-22 (til September 15).This has resulted in savings of over Rs.5,000.Since 2019-20, 17,000 people have died.

Rai disclosed that over 3.7 crore homes have been sanctioned by the two PMAY programs so far.Rai said that over 9,000 street vendors have been on-boarded on e-commerce platforms in the same period as the interest subsidy andnd cash back, respectively.Under the administration of Prime Minister Narendra Modi, a national immunization program has been undertaken.As part of the world's largest immunization program, India has delivered over 2 billion doses of the COVID vaccine.

Over 9.5 crore gas connections have been provided to households so that women are freed from the clutches of toxic smoke and hours of searching for firewood, according to Rai.All welfare schemes in Bihar are being implemented properly, according to Rai.The Bihar government has returned 18000 crores for each household water tap scheme, but the Modi government is determined to lift the poor and eliminate any obstacle that comes in it.

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