Union Home Minister Amit Shah on Sunday lauded the announcements made by Finance Minister Nirmala Sitharaman earlier in the day calling them a 'game-changer' in the field of health, education and business sectors. The Finance Minister on Sunday released the policies and measures under the final tranche of the Rs 20 lakh crore economic package where she announced 7 steps to uplift rural employement, health and education.
Today’s announcements by Modi govt will go a long way in realising the idea of AtmaNirbhar Bharat.— Amit Shah (@AmitShah) May 17, 2020
These steps will prove to be a game changer for health, education & business sectors, which will provide employment to crores of poor.
I thank PM @narendramodi & FM @nsitharaman.
Hailing the Rs 40,000 crore investment into MGNREGS, Amit Shah stated that "the Modi government will not only help in generating employment for the poor and migrant workers, but will also help create durable livelihood assets, which will greatly boost our rural economy and infrastructure."
"While Prime Minister’s leadership in handling Covid-19 has outshined several developed nations, he has resolved to prepare India for any such pandemic in the future, by strengthening and revamping India’s health sector," said Shah while talking about the government's decision to increase India’s health expenditure.
Modi government has decided to increase India’s health expenditure to create Infectious Diseases Hospital Blocks in every district, strengthening lab network & surveillance and encouraging research.— Amit Shah (@AmitShah) May 17, 2020
I am sure this foresight will take India way ahead in the medical sector.
While talking about the measures to improve ease of doing business including decriminalisation provisions in the Companies Act. Amit Shah stated that these measures reflected PM's "futuristic vision and commitment towards a self-reliant India."
Modi govt has decided to increase borrowing limit of States, which will give them extra resource of ₹4.28 lakh cr.— Amit Shah (@AmitShah) May 17, 2020
The centre had previously given:
•₹46,038cr through devolution of taxes in April
•Revenue Deficit Grants of ₹12,390 cr
•SDRF funds to the tune of ₹11,000 cr