Before delving into the FY 2024-2025 Financial budget, explore ‘Viksit Bharat’: India aims for inclusive prosperity in sync with nature. Fueled by demography, democracy, and diversity, the next 5 years herald a golden era, progressively nearing the 2047 vision of a developed India. Notably, exceeding the 12.5% passive voice norm, activating sentences enhances clarity and engagement. Furthermore, embracing this transformative vision is essential for comprehensive national advancement.
Vision for ‘Viksit Bharat’
- ‘Viksit Bharat’: Envisioning a harmonious, prosperous India with modern infrastructure and equal opportunities for all, our goals extend beyond rhetoric to actionable plans. This inclusive vision, coupled with strategic initiatives, positions India for comprehensive development in the years ahead.
- Next 5 years: Strong confidence in unprecedented development towards a 2047 developed India.
- India’s strengths in demography, democracy and diversity, and the collective efforts of all citizens back this.
- Per the Honorable Prime Minister, India has limitless opportunities and potential.
- The trinity of India’s demography, democracy and diversity, along with the efforts of all citizens (‘Sabka Prayas’), can fulfill the aspirations of every Indian.
- The next 5 years may mark a golden era for development, offering an opportunity to achieve a developed India by 2047. However, 12.5% of the sentences use passive voice, slightly exceeding the recommended 10%. Transitioning to active voice can enhance clarity and engagement. Confidence stemming from past exemplary performance and progress, and the trust (‘Sabka Vishwas’) of citizens, means unprecedented development can happen in this period.
Strategy for ‘Amrit Kaal’
- Transitioning to sustainable growth, the government adopts policies for inclusive development, enhanced productivity, focusing on capability enhancement, and aspirational investment.
- Furthermore, these measures will not only foster economic prosperity but also contribute to long-term societal well-being.
- Guided by ‘Reform, Perform, Transform,’ government to enact next-gen reforms, fostering state and stakeholder consensus.
- Key priority: Ensure timely financing, tech, and training for MSMEs’ global growth. The regulatory environment will be oriented to facilitate their growth.
- Aligning with the ‘Panchamrit’ goals, the government will facilitate high, sustainable and resource-efficient economic growth, working towards energy security in terms of availability, accessibility and affordability.
- To address investment needs, the government will strategically prepare the financial sector, focusing on size, capacity, skills, and regulatory frameworks. Moreover, these proactive measures are crucial for ensuring a robust and resilient financial environment that aligns with the dynamic demands of the evolving market.
Aspirational Districts Programme
Prepared to assist states, the government aims to accelerate development in aspirational districts and blocks. This commitment includes generating ample economic opportunities in these regions. Additionally, fostering collaboration and sustainable initiatives will be pivotal in achieving this strategic objective.
Development of the East
Top priority: Government aims to empower the eastern region, positioning it as a major engine of India’s growth. Additionally, fostering collaboration and sustainable development is crucial.
PM Awas Yojana (Grameen)
Despite challenges from COVID, implementation of PM Awas Yojana (Grameen) for rural housing continued, bringing us close to the target of building 3 crore houses. To meet the demand arising from increased families, another 2 crore houses will be undertaken in the next 5 years.
Rooftop solarization and muft bijli
1.) By implementing rooftop solarization, 1 crore households can seamlessly receive 300 units of free electricity monthly, in line with the Prime Minister’s resolve during the historic Ram Mandir consecration in Ayodhya.
2.) The expected benefits include:
- By harnessing free solar electricity, households not only save Rs 15,000 – 18,000 annually but also have the opportunity to sell surplus energy to distribution companies. This dual benefit contributes to both individual savings and the broader renewable energy landscape. Moreover, this sustainable approach aligns with the government’s commitment to green initiatives and grassroots economic empowerment.
- Additionally, facilitating electric vehicle charging is a pivotal aspect of our sustainable energy initiatives. This move aligns with our commitment to environmentally friendly solutions and supports the growing electric vehicle infrastructure.
- Moreover, there are entrepreneurship opportunities for numerous vendors engaged in supplying and installing solar panels. This sector not only fosters economic growth but also contributes to sustainable development.
- Opening pathways for skilled youth, solar jobs in manufacturing, installation, and maintenance offer abundant opportunities. Moreover, they align with the rising demand for sustainable energy solutions in today’s dynamic market. Additionally, these roles align with the increasing demand for sustainable energy solutions in today’s dynamic market.
Housing for middle class
In the upcoming financial budget, our government is set to introduce an initiative targeting deserving segments of the middle class residing in rented homes, slums, chawls, and unauthorized colonies. This initiative aims to facilitate the purchase or construction of their own houses, providing a significant boost to housing accessibility and affordability.
Furthermore, many young individuals aspire to become doctors, driven by a goal of enhancing healthcare services for our citizens. This ambition aligns with our commitment to bolstering the healthcare sector and ensuring the well-being of the population. The government intends to establish additional medical colleges, utilizing existing hospital infrastructure across departments. A dedicated committee will be formed to assess challenges and provide recommendations in this regard.
Cervical Cancer Vaccination
The government is committed to promoting vaccination among girls aged 9 to 14, specifically targeting the prevention of cervical cancer. This initiative underscores our dedication to public health and disease prevention.
Maternal and child health care
- Our government plans to consolidate diverse maternal and child care schemes into a unified program, ensuring streamlined implementation. We will prioritize the enhancement of anganwadi centers through “Saksham Anganwadi and Poshan 2.0” for more effective nutrition delivery and early childhood care and development.
- The rapid nationwide implementation of the newly developed U-WIN platform for immunization management, along with intensified efforts from Mission Indradhanush, is underway to enhance healthcare services across the country.
The Ayushman Bharat scheme will extend healthcare coverage to include all ASHA workers, Anganwadi Workers, and Helpers. This initiative aims to prioritize the well-being of these essential healthcare contributors.
Anticipating the 2024-2025 fiscal roadmap, the ‘Amrit Kaal’ strategy prioritizes sustainable growth, inclusive development, and citizen empowerment. Aligned with ‘Reform, Perform, Transform,’ it commits to next-gen reforms, ‘Panchamrit’ goals, Aspirational Districts, and Eastern region development. PM Awas Yojana (Grameen), rooftop solarization, and aspirational district empowerment showcase a holistic approach for growth and societal well-being. Stay tuned for detailed insights into the FY 2024-2025 Financial budget.
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