Nirmala Sitharaman released Union Budget of 2019-2020

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Nirmala Sitharaman released Union Budget of 2019-2020

Union Finance Minister Nirmala Sitharaman introduced the budget in the present Lok Sabha.
Nirmala has set a record as a full-fledged Minister of State for the Union Budget.
We have doubled the cost of food security between 2014-19. In the last election, people gave a verdict for Navbharatavani.
We have plans for a modern Indian design.
Within a few years, the Indian economy will reach $ 5 trillion.

By the time the NDE hit the Indian economy, the Indian economy was worth $ 1.85 trillion. This year is set to become a $ 3 trillion economy.

We prefer to Make in India.
We are creating wealth in the country.
The NDA government has worked hard for connectivity. We have provided infrastructure with Bharat Mala and Sagar Mala.
300 km We have approved the Metro Rail Network for 2018-19.
The nationwide metro range has increased to 657 km.
Water Marg Vikas is preferred to reduce stress on roads and railways.

Establish a nationwide unified transportation system.
Uninterrupted power supply through One Nation, One Grid system.
Water Grid and Gas Grid to be set up this year.

Rs.50 lakh crores are required between 2018-30 for infrastructure development in Railways. We will improve the facilities in the PPP process.
India is emerging as a space power. We are setting up New Space India Limited (NSIL).
The company is working to commercialize ISRO services.
We will discuss FDI in the aviation, media, animation and insurance sectors.
As part of Prime Minister Awas Yojana, we are currently building houses within 114 days. By 2022, we will build a home for everyone in rural areas. Green Technology Under Gram Sadak Yojana Roads is laid. In the next five years, a total of 1.25 lakh km will be spent Rs 80,250 crore. We lay down long roads.
We facilitate NRIs who invest in the stock market. New Fincan Scheme by Prime Karmayogi Scheme for Retailers.
Farmers should also apply to Doing Business, Is Living. Zero budget formatting. In some states, farmers have already been trained in this direction.
We will manage water resources to provide drinking water for all. The Jala Jeevan Mission will provide drinking water to every household in the villages by 2024.
Over 6 lakh villages in the country have abandoned the habit of constipation.
Women play a key role in the country’s progress and the rural economy. Women voted record high in the last election. There are 78 women MPs in the Lok Sabha. We bring policies to women.
We will give a Mudra loan of Rs 1 lakh to the members of the Self Help Groups for promoting women entrepreneurs. We will give an overdraft of Rs.
Aadhaar cards for NRIs with Indian passports.
Over 2 crore people have become digital literates through Pradhan Mantri Grameen Digital Literacy Abhiyan. We can do this much faster.
In urbanization, we see more of the benefits than the barriers. We have sanctioned 81 lakh houses in urban areas through Prime Minister Awas Yojana. Of these, 26 lakh houses have been built. 95% of cities (open defecation) are ODF.
We are developing Gandhi’s Pedia to convey the values ​​of Gandhi to the youth and society.

We will make changes to the education system for reforms in higher education. We prefer to increase research.

Five years ago, India was not among the top 200 universities in the world. But with the focus of the government, 2 IITs and IISc Bangalore have joined the list. We are allotting Rs 400 crore in 2019-20 to set up world-class educational institutions.
We are working to ensure that foreign students pursue higher education in our country.
We will expand the Khel India project. More funding for sports development.
Prime Minister Kaushal Vikas Yojana provides training to millions of youth. We train in Artificial Intelligence, Big Data, Robotics.
We will start a television channel specifically for startups.
We provide internet access to every panchayat through Bharat Net.
We have distributed 35 crores LED bulbs through Ujwala Yojana. These have saved Rs 18,341 crore annually.
Agreement to open 18 embassies in Africa

Establishment of 17 iconic tourism centres. This will increase the number of domestic and international tourists.

We have collected over Rs 4 lakh crores of dues due to bankruptcy law. At present there are crores of dues. 6 government banks have survived the crisis.

Lakhs of crores of rupees for infrastructure development over the next five years.

Under the divestment of investments from PSUs, this year Rs. 1.05s

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