PM Ways: It has been 9 years since Prime Minister Narendra Modi took over the reins of India. In the 2014 Lok Sabha elections, the BJP won with a thumping majority under the leadership of Narendra Modi. With this, PM Modi also took over the post of Prime Minister directly after being elected to the country’s Parliament for the first time. So in the Lok Sabha 2019 also, in the Modi wave, breaking its own record of victory, the BJP hoisted the party’s flag on 303 seats. So let’s know how much change has happened in the country’s education, health, agriculture, economy, inflation and unemployment during these 9 years of PM Modi’s tenure…
The future of any country lies at the core of its education system. Due to which the human resource of that country is used intellectually. If we look at education in the Modi government, there has been an increase of Rs 30,000 crore in the budget, but it has not increased in proportion to the growth of the population in 9 years. While the number of universities has increased for higher education, it is still weak in the case of primary education.
The Modi government has made unprecedented progress in the health sector. In the last 9 years, the budget has increased by about 140 percent, so this year itself 89 thousand crores have been allocated. Along with this, the efficiency with which this government has dealt with the global epidemic like Corona. That is unprecedented. Whether it is the infrastructure of health services during the Corona period or the indigenous Covid vaccine has to be developed with self-sufficiency. His digital vaccination made the world think. Along with this, there has been a revolutionary increase in the number of medical colleges in the country.
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state of the economy
When PM Modi assumed power in 2014. India’s economy was around Rs 112 lakh crore and was not even in the top 10 of the world. Today, in the tenure of 9 years, it has increased by almost 250 percent to Rs 272 lakh crore. Today India has become the 5th largest economy in the world. While moving towards the target of making 5 trillion by 2025. While assuming power in 2014 where foreign exchange reserves were $304 billion. So at one time before the Kovid period it had crossed 644 billion dollars. Still at $613 billion.
According to the Center for Monitoring Indian Economy (CMIE), employment has decreased in proportion to the population. Where 43 crore people had employment while assuming power, today after 9 years the number of people is 41 crore. Decreased accordingly.
According to the promise of the Modi government, it was promised to double the income of the farmers by the year 2022. Whose figures are not yet available. According to the report of the Agriculture Committee constituted by the Lok Sabha last year, it was Rs 10,248 per month in 2018-19.
Compared to 2014, if we look at the basic needs, then inflation has increased. When assuming power, the gas cylinder was Rs 414 with subsidy, so today it is worth Rs 1125. So flour has become costlier by 52 per cent, milk by 56 per cent and rice by 43 per cent.
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