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Plans put into force by the Indian Prime Minister to aid the poor; development of solar power for cooking


Rejoiced by the greetings he got from the people of his constituency in Lok Sabha in Varanasi, Narendra Modi, the Prime Minister of India launched programmes from which the poor can benefit. His visit with Emmanuel Macron, the French President and Brigget, the wife of the French President, to Varanasi generated unfathomably welcoming responses among the residents of Varanasi and thus brought into force a number of schemes.

Plan for Solar Power Development:

The most important scheme among them is the introduction and development of solar power for clean cooking. The French president and Modi planned the opening of a solar power plant on the DLW grounds. The Prime Minister also inaugurated many projects worth Rs 800 crores. Modi also stated that the youth of India should aim at developing the use of renewable solar energy for cooking purposes.

Other schemes:

On the request of the local people of Varanasi, Modi also introduced a train from Patna to Varanasi known as the Kashi-Patna Jan satabdi Express. The “Ayushman Bharat” scheme proposed to better the health and living conditions of the poor people. With the help of the insurance companies, this scheme will provide about 5lakh rupees to the people who are in urgent need for medication per year. More employment prospects will be created in the process. The Pradhan Mantri Poshan Mission Yojona aims at providing proper nourishment and nutrition to children. Modi stressed the reuse of old items through the “Kachra Mahotsav” plan.

Varanasi being an industrial city, Modi aims at its development and cleanliness. Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath was also commended on his remarkable service. 

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