On Sunday, Union Home Minister Amit Shah spoke at the Institute of Rural Management’s 41st Convocation in Anand, Gujarat.
Union Home Minister Amit Shah spoke at the Institute of Rural Management Anand in Gujarat on Sunday as part of a tour of his home state.
During his speech, the Home Minister outlined the PM Modi administration’s developmental initiatives as well as the rural-urban transition that occurred during the NDA’s eight years in power.
“In the last eight years, Prime Minister Modi worked for the development of rural India,” Union Home Minister Amit Shah said at the Institute of Rural Management’s 41st Convocation in Anand.
Mahatma Gandhi also stated that if the country’s rural areas are developed, the country as a whole will be developed, which the Modi government is doing.
Sanitation facilities, a gas cylinder, and health insurance are now available to every village family. Villages received facilities and connectivity thanks to the Modi government. In villages, the road network has been upgraded.”
India’s villages are taking steps toward self-sufficiency, according to Amit Shah
“Villages are also progressing toward self-sufficiency today. On the ground, development is visible in rural areas. For the development of villages, we have set parameters.
Villages are said to be where India resides. As a result, our government is putting a greater emphasis on village development,” said Amit Shah, the Home Minister.
The Union Home Minister continued, “When it comes to providing basic services to the rural community,” “Making villages accessible is one aspect of rural development. Villages must be connected from afar to accomplish this. Because the village lacked electricity, we provided it to them.”
Prior to his visit to Gujarat, Union Home Minister Amit Shah visited Diu on June 11 and launched a number of development projects in the Union Territory, as well as reflecting on the central government’s reform efforts over the previous eight years.
Amit Shah cited the Gareeb Kalyan Yojana, the construction of public toilets, the provision of water, the establishment of the Direct Benefit Transfer (DBT) system for farmers, and the disbursement of Mudra loans as examples of welfare work done in the Union Territory of Diu since the formation of the BJP government in 2014.