It is quite clear by now that holistic development of the rural areas is the top priority of the NDA government. Even before completing 100 days in power, several pathbreaking initatives have been taken that would change the face and fate of rural India which was utterly neglected by the UPA government during last 10-years. Right from constructing toilets to bridging the digital divide, the priority is to empower the rural India so that its vast potential can be realised for the benefit of teeming millions who have been pushed to the periphery of the economy over the last 10 years by the policy deficit of the UPA government.
Hypocrisy thy name is Samajwadi Party. A five-member committee headed by SP leader Shivpal Yadav set up to probe the causes of the communal violence in Saharanpur in Uttar Pradesh has mischievously distorted the real facts and levelled baseless allegations against BJP leaders.
Let us look at the gaping holes in the Yadav panel report. First, the committee comprised only SP leaders.
Congress President Sonia Gandhi and Vice President Rahul Gandhi along with some other leaders have raised the issue of communal violence in the country within parliament and outside the House also. At a time when we want to write a new story for India in terms of economic growth and development for all sections of society, raking up such issues by Congress is reflection of its regressive though process.
Desperate for survival after being rejected emphatically by Indian people, Congress is keen to polarise the politics.
“Sabka Saath, Sabka Vikas” is not merely a slogan for the NDA government under the leadership of Sh. Narendra Modi . Within a short span of about 10 weeks, the Centre has several achievements under its belt. Here are some of the unique and pathbreaking initiatives of the present day government at the centre: -For the first time heads of SAARC nations were invited to attend the oath taking ceremony of the PM.
India’s performance in Commonwealth Games at Glasgow has brought lot of cheers back home. Every Indian feels special when an Indian player stands on the podium. On the day of Eid alone(July 29), Indian players won 10 medals in these games making all of us so proud. Congratulations to all Indian medal winners for their brilliant performance.
भारत के संदर्भ में सकारात्मक परिवर्तन की बयार देश भर में ही नहीं विदेशों में भी महसूस की जा रही है। प्रधानमंत्री नरेंद्र मोदी ने हाल ही में ब्राजील में ब्रिक्स शिखर सम्मेलन में अपनी विशिष्ट सोच और कार्यशैली की स्पष्ट छाप छोड़ी है।
श्री मोदी ने यह सुनिश्चित करने में महत्वपूर्ण भूमिका निभाई कि लंबे समय से जिस ब्रिक्स बैंक को लेकर चर्चा चल रही थी वह मूर्त रूप ले। इस बैंक के पहले अध्यक्ष के तौर पर भारत के पास लगभग छः वर्ष का कार्यकाल होगा। यह एक अत्यंत महत्वपूर्ण उपलब्धि है। लम्बे समय के बाद अंततः भारत पुनः अंतर्राष्ट्रीय परिदृश्य पर अपनी पहचान बनाने की ओर सही दिशा में कदम बढ़ा रहा है।
The Union Budget 2014-15 spells out the vision of the NDA government led by Prime Minister Sh. Narendra Modi. The key take away from the budget is the ‘nationalistic’ approach.
All sections of society and all regions in the country have been touched upon in the budget thus rekindling the faith of the common people of the country in the motto of this government “Sabka Saath, Sabka Vikas.”
Noted economist Arvind Subramanian who is currently the Dennis Weatherstone Senior Fellow at the Peterson Institute for International Economics and a Senior Fellow at the Center for Global Development has been quoted in a recent Business Standard article: "An assessment this early(of NDA government) is a little unfair.
Additional major policy announcements will be made in the budget on July 10. But to its credit, the government has not been idle or inactive."
I happened to read a number of news reports regarding change in the ‘work culture’ in the Central government’s offices ever since the government led by Sh. Narendra Modi has started functioning. These news reports about the new work culture inspire lot of confidence among the common people of this country.
It is a very positive development as the government offices over the last few decades have attained lot of notoriety for their low productivity. This seems to be changing rapidly now.