Top strong Steps Taken by Modi Government

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1. The NITI Aayog

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Jawaharlal Nehru, the first Prime Minister of Independent India, had adopted an official type of planning to create a blueprint for development, and it's out of this model, that the Planning Commission was established, in 1950, with the Prime Minister as its ex-officio chairman.Top strong Steps Taken by Modi Government.  The Planning Commission did not derive its authority from the Constitution of India, and worked as a pillar of the Central Government by laying out plans for economic development for every single five years. The Narendra Modi Government replaced the Planning Commission with Niti Aayog. NITI means National Institute for Transforming India. On 1stJanuary 2015, the Cabinet passed a solution replacing the Planning Commission with the Niti Aayog while the former was regarded as an obsolete organization, developing a monolith of economic planning for a country as diverse as India.

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2. Balochistan

Balochistan

On 15th August, 2016 from the ramparts of the Red Fort in New Delhi, Narendra Modi ‘thanked'the people of Balochistan because of their support and acknowledged that the Indian people understand their pain and suffering. Pakistan has talked about Indian activities in Balochistan for over 10 years now, but this many say was almost an ‘admission'of Pakistani allegations. The mention of Balochistan came when Pakistan-backed separatists had shut down Kashmir for over a month. The China-Pakistan economic Corridor ends at the Baloch port of Gwadar, where Pakistan has permitted China to setup a nuclear submarine base, that may give China and Pakistan an ideal and economic edge over India. India also offered to think about giving asylum to Baloch leaders in exile.

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3. Demonetization

Demonetization

Up to now, Modi Government's boldest decision has been ‘demonetization '. On 8thof November 2016 Prime Minister Narendra Modi announced the demonetization of rupees 500 and rupees 1000 notes as a legal tender with immediate effect. Complete secrecy was maintained about the decision, and the idea was never to give to be able to hoarders to change the old notes.Top strong Steps Taken by Modi Government.  New 500 and 2000 rupee notes were commissioned. The Prime Minister maintained that move targeted at moving towards a cashless economy, where people will be encouraged, even rewarded to create digital payments. Digital payments ensured records of all transactions, and black-money hoarders will not have the ability to do benami transactions. However, good the intention, demonetization has become synonymous with long ATM queues, and pay-day blues but it will signify a significant intent on the area of the Government to tackle black money within the united states, and to create just as much money into the device as possible. For this specific purpose, Government has also announced income declaration schemes, for folks who desired to declare their black money. Despite demonetization, the Government offered a screen to deposit excess cash. The window period, however, is currently over, and enforcement agencies are cracking down on people they are suspecting are holding black money.

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4. Surgical Strikes

Surgical Strikes

India witnessed large-scale disturbances in Kashmir valley after the killing of Hizbul Mujahideen terrorist Burhan Wani by the armed forces. The protestors led by pro-Pakistan separatists in Kashmir, and lauded by Pakistani establishment from throughout the border, had paralyzed the state. Almost 80 civilians lost their lives, and 1000 were injured in ‘retaliatory'firing from the armed forces. Around 3000 armed forces personnel were also injured over these ‘protests '. India- Pakistan relations has seen a steep downfall after the attack on Pathankot airbase, in which Jaish-e-Mohammad, a Pakistan-based United Nations-designated terrorist organization had claimed responsibility. Pakistan did little to do something from the perpetrators stating that there was inadequate ‘actionable intelligence'against the Jaish-e-Mohammad.

On 18th September 2016, unknown terrorists attacked an Indian Army base at Uri in Jammu and Kashmir, killing 17 soldiers. The Indian authorities were convinced that the perpetrators belonged to either Jaish-e-Mohammad or Lashkar-e-Toiba.Once more there was denial from the Pakistani side. Amidst all of this, Kashmir was still witnessing violent protests from pro-Pakistan separatists. On 29th September 2016, the Indian Army announces that it had conducted pre-emptive surgical strikes in Pakistan occupied Kashmir. These strikes were along the Distinct Control, and targeted terror launch pads that have been ready to sneak terrorists in to the Indian-side of Kashmir. The Director General of Military Operations very categorically stated that the strike had triggered casualties one of the terrorists as well as ‘those who were wanting to support them'– meaning the Pakistani military. Pakistani establishment escorting a group of International journalists, 24 hours later, and argued that there had been no strikes. Despite, wanting to downplay the Indian version, Pakistani kept the Distinct Control active for the following couple of months. In India, the ruling party, and the opposition welcomed your decision to proceed with surgical strikes. There have been such strikes before, but your decision to go public with the facts of action demonstrates today's Government isn't going to shy far from chest-thumping if it boasts the moral of armed forces and civilians from the enemy.

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5. Swachh Bharat Abhiyaan

Swachh Bharat Abhiyaan

Swachh Bharat Abhiyaan was launched by Narendra Modi on 2nd October 2014 by having an try to fulfil Mahatma Gandhi's vision of clean India. In 1999 the Government of India had launched the Total Sanitation Campaign, which renamed Nirmal Bharat Abhiyaan. It had been this Nirmal Bharat Abhiyaan that was restructured into the Swachh Bharat Abhiyaan tobe launched as a nation-wide campaign, with the Government aiming to make India open defecation free by 2019. Among the main strategies to that effect has been construction of toilets, and it is estimated that around 8 million toilets have been built by the finish of 2015. Karnataka led on the list of states with constructions on most toilets. Government also introduced cleanliness rankings for cities. The Swachh Bharat Abhiyaan also aims at providing clean toilets in railway coaches, with the introduction of on-demand cleaning service, and i bio-toilets. The Government has roped-in celebrities like Salman Khan, Amitabh Bachchan, Virat Kohli, Priyanka Chopra, Vidya Balan and others to advertise and raise awareness about any of it initiative.

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6. Aggressive Diplomacy and Isolation of Pakistan

Aggressive Diplomacy and Isolation of Pakistan

The India-Pakistan relations worsened after the Pathankot terror attack, and continued to go from bad to worse in the aftermath of stone pelting violence against the armed forces, and Uri attack.Top strong Steps Taken by Modi Government. The United Nations General Assembly which was convened in the times following Uri attack, saw the Pakistani Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif hailing Kashmiri terrorist BurhanWani because the poster boy of Kashmiri intifada.Indian foreign affairs Minister Sushma Swaraj gave a powerful rebuttal to Sharif's speech invoking gross human rights violations in Gilgit-Baltistan, and Balochistan. She also went on to say very clearly prior to the assembly that the whole state of Jammu and Kashmir like the territory under Pakistani control was in reality a part of the Indian Republic. She also cornered Pakistan on the matter of terrorism. This is a very aggressive the stand by position the Government, and shows Modi Government's strong resolve not to tolerate terrorism from throughout the border. India also refused to take part in the SAARC summit that was scheduled to be held in Pakistan stating the conditions were not favourable in the region for the summit to go on. After India pulled out of SAARC summit, Bangladesh, Afghanistan, Nepal and Sri Lanka also decided not to attend leading Pakistan to cancel the summit. Pakistan stood completely isolated in South Asia.

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7. Digital India

Digital India

The Digital India initiative was launched by the Prime Minister of India Shri. Narendra Modi on 1st July 2015 and is aimed at empowerment through digital connectivity. The initiative was launched as an extension of the National e-Governance plan of 2006. The National e-Governance plan aimed at digitalization of departments like agriculture, land records, passports, treasuries, municipalities etc. Many states followed suite and launched their very own digitalization programs aimed at providing service to the citizens.Top strong Steps Taken by Modi Government.  Although, these programs were supposed to be citizen-friendly, they failed to create a desired impact that could have created a possibility of an even more connected Government. Hence, the Digital India initiative was launched to offer full leverage to digitalization initiatives already under way and to revamp them, identify successful programs and replicating them to get desired results. This initiative works together with the co-ordination of the Ministry of Electronics and Telecommunication of Government of India.

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8. Jan DhanYojana

Jan DhanYojana

The Pradhan Mantri Jan Dhan Yojana was launched on 15th August 2014 by Prime Minister Narendra Modi. It is national mission aimed at inclusion and enabling access to banking and financial services like Deposits, Remittances, Credit system, Insurances etc.Top strong Steps Taken by Modi Government. Probably the most unique feature of the Jan Dhan scheme is so it allows someone to open a bank account even with zero balance. Other special benefits under the Pradhan Mantri Jan Dhan Yojana include interest on deposit, insurance cover upto 1 lac, easy money transfer across India, access to pension and other insurance schemes, direct transfer of funds to Jan Dhan accounts for the beneficiaries of Government Schemes, and overdraft facility of Rs.5000 in one account preferably in the name of the woman of the house. It is estimated that over 15 crore Jan Dhan accounts were opened in just a year of the launch of the Scheme.

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9. Make In India

Make In India

A part of the numerous initiatives targeted at a whole overhaul of India's economy, Make in India was launched by Prime Minister Narendra Modi in September 2014. By 2013, India's growth rate had hit the cheapest since over ten years, with India being included even yet in the so-called ‘Fragile Five'economy. India was no longer seen as a favourable destination to accomplish business. It had been in this backdrop that Make in India was launched calling upon country's citizens, entrepreneurs, and businesses in India and overseas to work towards a whole shift in the Government's approach. The Government now turned from an ‘issuing authority'to a company partner, ensuring better working relationship between policy makers and investing parties. Based on the Government's vision 2020 document, the contribution to GDP from India's manufacturing sector should see a rise around 25%, and the Make in India initiative is  guiding India into realising this goal by attracting more and more investment in sectors like Defence, Railways, Space etc. and thus, raising India's ranking in terms of the World Bank's Easy working rankings.

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10. Smart Cities

Smart Cities

The Smart Cities Awas Yojana Mission was launched by Prime Minister NarendraModi to produce 100 smart cities and maintain the existing 500 cities. The Urban Development Ministry of the Government of India allocated a budget of US$300,000 to each smart city mission. The very first round of selection was based on cities nominated by state governments, which were then shortlisted by the Centre. Currently, there are 98 approved cities for this project, many among these being state capitals.

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