New Delhi: 100 days of the second term of the Modi government at the Center have been completed. On this occasion, the ministers of the government are speaking about the achievements of the government in these hundred days. In this connection, Union Information and Broadcasting Minister Prakash Javadekar was talking to journalists. Javadekar said that the decisions taken by the government in its first 100 days have helped empower the people, as well as bring more inclusive and transparency.
Information and Broadcasting Minister Javadekar said that the preparations for all these schemes to abolish the special status of Jammu and Kashmir and to make the practice of triple talaqs a punishable offense and pension to farmers were started before the elections and all these decisions were major. He said that the government has prepared a road map to make India a $ 5 trillion economy. On the question of the decaying economy, Javedkar said that this environment is for some time because the basic economy of India is strong.
Replying to the FDI question, Javadekar said that the number of FDI coming to India is better than China. Talking about the success of the government, the Union Minister said that Ayushman Bharat has been the most ambitious scheme of our government. Under this, people get medical assistance up to 5 lakh rupees. Under this scheme, 10 crore cards have been issued and 10 thousand wellness centers have been opened. Let us tell you that the government is constantly on target of the opposition regarding the financial condition of the country. The opposition is accusing the government of ruining the economy.
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