'Bharat Naya Rutu' a paradigm shift towards reloaded infra revolution

Take up one idea. Make that one idea your life; dream of it; think of it; live on that idea. Let the brain, the body, muscles, nerves, every part of your body be full of that idea, and just leave every other idea alone. This is the way to success, and this is the way […]

Take up one idea. Make that one idea your life; dream of it; think of it; live on that idea. Let the brain, the body, muscles, nerves, every part of your body be full of that idea, and just leave every other idea alone. This is the way to success, and this is the way great spiritual giants are produced.”
The Idea is “Naya Bharat Nayee Umeed, Vikas ki Aur”
PM Modi announces Vishwakarma scheme with ₹13,000-15,000 crore allocation for those with traditional skills.
As PM Modi speaks during his address on the country’s 77th Independence Day, in New Delhi, Tuesday, Aug. 15, 2023, from the ramparts of the Red Fort on the occasion of the 77th Independence Day on Tuesday, announced a host of schemes for skilled workers, women self-help groups and the urban poor among others. He said the government will launch the Vishwakarma scheme,for skilled work like barbers, goldsmiths, washer men etc. The scheme will be launched in September, on the Vishwakarma Jayanti. Vishwakarma Jayanti falls on 17 September 2023.
Main objective of PM Vishwakarma Scheme aims to improve the quality, scale and reach of products and services of artisans and craftspeople and to integrate them with the domestic and global value chain. This would result in the economic empowerment of such workers, especially those belonging to the Scheduled Castes, Scheduled Tribes, Other Backward Communities, women, transgender and other weaker sections of the society. A New Scheme for Drone Training for Aangaan wadi workers for Agricultural Sector. There will be a new Urban Housing Scheme to cater to the Middle class & Urban lower Sections of the Society,under this Scheme citizens will get a huge Relief in the interest rates on loan amount,under the Interest Subsidy Scheme,this Scheme is an extension of PM Awas Yojana. Cabinet approves “PM-eBus Sewa” scheme for augmenting city bus operations. The total cost of the project will be Rs 57,613 crore. 10,000 new electric buses in total will be made available. 100 cities will be selected based on a challenge method:
10,000 e-Buses to be deployed in 169 cities; infrastructure to be upgraded in 181 cities under Green Urban Mobility
Innovative projects like National Common Mobility Card, Intelligent Transit Management System, Multimodal Interchange facilities would also be developed..!!
Cabinet also approves 7 projects of Ministry of Railways with estimated cost of around Rs.32,500 Cr; projects to add 2339 kms to the existing network of Indian Railways
A major boost to Railways & Road Infrastructure which are key Drivers of Economic growth..
Developing public transportation systems demonstrate the benefits of infrastructure to communities and businesses, enabling them to grow and thrive.
In conclusion, infrastructure is essential to the growth and development of societies and small businesses. By supporting infrastructure initiatives, individuals and companies are investing in their future and contributing to the growth and development of their communities, creating a better and more prosperous future for all. The Prime Minister, Shri Narendra Modi flagged off metro trains marking the inauguration of completed sections of Pune Metro on 1st August 2023.He also handed over more than 1280 houses constructed under Pradhan Mantri Awas Yojana by Pimpri Chinchwad Municipal Corporation (PCMC) and more than 2650 PMAY houses constructed by Pune Municipal Corporation to the beneficiaries. He laid the foundation stone for around 1190 PMAY houses to be constructed by PCMC and over 6400 houses constructed by Pune Metropolitan Region Development Authority. The Prime Minister also inaugurated a Waste to Energy Plant under PCMC developed at a cost of about Rs 300 crores.
Before 2014, the Prime Minister informed, the metro network was limited to only 5 cities in India whereas today, the metro is functional in 20 cities including Pune, Nagpur and Mumbai where the network is being expanded. “The metro is becoming a new lifeline for the cities in modern India”, the Prime Minister remarked as he stressed the need for metro expansion to tackle climate change in a city like Pune.
Mumbai-Ahmedabad High-Speed Rail which will benefit both Maharashtra and Gujarat, the Delhi-Mumbai Economic Corridor which will connect Maharashtra with Madhya Pradesh and other states in North India, National Dedicated Freight Corridor which will transform the rail connectivity between Maharashtra and North India, and transmission line network to connect the state with Chhattisgarh, Telangana, other neighboring states which will benefit the industries, oil and gas pipelines, Aurangabad Industrial City, Navi Mumbai Airport, and Shendra Bidkin Industrial Park India has crossed 1 lakh startups compared to a few hundred 9 years ago. He credited the expansion of digital infrastructure for this success and praised Pune for its role in the foundation of India’s digital infrastructure. “Cheap data, affordable phones and Internet facilities reaching every village has strengthened the sector. India is among the countries with the fastest rollout of 5G services.
Waste to Energy Plant under Pimpri Chinchwad Municipal Corporation (PCMC). Developed at a cost of about Rs 300 crores, it will use up about 2.5 lakh MT of waste annually to produce electricity.
PM Narendra Modi walks the talk of two buzzwords CONNECT & CONNECTIVITY…oiling the wheels of Progress & Revolutionizing Digital connect…!!
Yes…Infrastructure Development is instrumental aspect for Supporting inclusive Economic Growth
Quoting Excerpts from Union Budget on Feb1st 2023– Union Budget in the Lok Sabha on February 1, Finance Minister Nirmala Sitharaman had announced hiking the capital expenditure by 33% to Rs 10 lakh crore for infrastructure development for 2023-24. The most notable progress that can be seen is…average annual construction of national highways has nearly doubled since 2014, & electrification of railways lines has increased to 4,000 route kilometers from 600 route kilometers. The number of airports have increased to around 150 from 74 in 2014. Gati Shakti National Master Plan is going to rejuvenate India’s infrastructure and multimodal logistics.
Indian Railways expects to complete total revenue from traffic of Rs. 2,64,600 crore (US$ 32.17 billion) for FY24.
The country also witnessed major constructions during this period like the World’s highest railway bridge, the Chenab Bridge, the World’s longest highway tunnel, the Atal Tunnel, further the completion of many long-pending projects like the Saryu Nahar Irrigation Canal, Eastern, and Western Peripheral Expressway etc.
During 2022-23, everyday there will be 22km of National highway..will be laid down is the claim of our Government of India as compared to 12km during 2014-15
India is boosting connectivity with Bangladesh, Nepal and Bhutan,which has significantly increased in last 9years of Modi Sarkar, India is also in talks with Bhutan to establish Rail Network between Bhutan & Assam.
Bharatmala Yojana–Around 13,500km National highways has been completed…thereby speed of construction reaches 30km/Day
Sethu Bharatam Scheme-37 Road over Bridges have been completed
thereby Synergizing & enhancing Connectivity for Naya Bharat. We consider infrastructure development as the driving force of the country’s economy. Following this path, India will achieve the target of becoming a developed nation by 2047. Now we have to increase our speed further. Now we have to go in top gear,” Mr. Modi said,in his 77th Independence Day Address
Infrastructure Development under Speed & Scale principles is an essential aspect for a economic growth & inclusive Sustained development which will lead to Atma Nirbhar Bharat which is ably Scripted under the leadership of our PM Narendra Modi
Jai Hind.