“Transforming Lives: Modi’s Double-Engine Govt Pledges 88L Maha Farmers’ Prosperity”

Modi promises double-engine govt: In a scathing critique of the Congress Bloc, Prime Minister Narendra Modi, on Wednesday, denounced their history of exploiting farmers. He highlighted the stark contrast between the previous government’s multi-crore farm packages, where only a fraction reached the intended recipients and his own government’s commitment to depositing the entire amount directly into farmers’ bank accounts.

Under the ‘Namo Shetkari Mahasanman Nidhi Yojana,’ (Modi promises double-engine govt) an additional Rs 3,800 crore has been transferred to the accounts of 88 lakh farmers in Maharashtra. This move is part of a broader initiative, with over 11 crore farmers across the nation receiving Rs 3 lakh crore under the PM Kisan Samman Nidhi. Maharashtra alone witnessed an infusion of Rs 30,000 crore, with Yavatmal farmers benefiting from Rs 900 crore.

Cane farmers, in particular, are reaping the rewards, enjoying a record Fair and Remunerative Price (FRP) of Rs 340 per quintal. Moreover, the government has introduced the world’s most extensive scheme for constructing godowns, ensuring farmer cooperatives oversee the control, freeing farmers from the compulsion to sell their produce at suboptimal rates.

Prime Minister Modi, drawing parallels with the legacy of Shivaji Maharaj, emphasized the government’s dedication to transforming lives. He spoke of the groundwork laid in the past decade, shaping the foundation for the next 25 years, with a personal commitment to develop every corner of India.

Reiterating his four main priorities—poor, youth, women, and farmers—the Prime Minister highlighted the positive impact on these sectors. With increased water access for farmers, permanent housing for the poor, financial aid for women, and improved infrastructure for the youth, today’s projects signify a step forward in creating a developed India.

Reflecting on the dire situation before 2014, Modi recalled that only 15 out of 100 families had access to tapped water. Through the ‘Har Ghar Jal’ guarantee, the government has successfully increased this figure to 75 out of 100 families within 4-5 years. Maharashtra alone has witnessed a substantial rise in tap-water connections, soaring from less than 50 lakh to an impressive 1.25 crore.

Addressing longstanding issues, the Prime Minister acknowledged 100 pending irrigation projects, of which 60 have been completed in the last decade. In Maharashtra, 12 out of 26 pending projects have reached completion, with ongoing efforts on the others. Notably, the Nilwande Dam Pariyojana, after 50 years, and projects like Krishna Koyna, Tembhu, and GosiKhurd, launched after decades, demonstrate the government’s commitment to agricultural development.

Prime Minister Modi’s double-engine government (Modi promises double-engine govt) stands firm on its promises, ushering in a new era of agricultural prosperity and rural transformation. The initiatives undertaken reflect a dedication to the welfare of farmers and the overall development of the nation, setting the stage for a promising future.

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