The ‘Pradhan Mantri Gati Shakti National Master Plan’ was launched by Prime Minister Narendra Modi today. Under this 100 lakh crore scheme, 16 ministries including rail and road have been digitally connected. In which the infrastructure development projects will be given momentum. Due to this fundamentally we see the work of infrastructure development. Prime Minister Modi said that this project will give strength to India’s pace in the 21st century. The Prime Minister said that due to this scheme, every project will be completed within the stipulated time frame and not a single rupee of tax will be wasted.
The Prime Minister said that Gati Shakti is the master plan of national infrastructure for the country. Due to this scheme, an integrated route will be given to the economy. Gati Shakti will reduce all the delays in various projects due to the scheme. Due to this, the pace of change coming in the country will be accelerated. On this occasion, Modi said that today Kanya Pujan is being done as Durgashtami. In such a situation, he is doing the auspicious work of giving progress to the progress of the country.
Modi said that the spirit of the government is such that it is the government’s spirit to not allow a single penny of tax money to be wasted in the country. He did not want to let people’s tax money go to waste. Everywhere only work in progress was seen written. But no one has any confidence that that work will be completed on time. In such a situation, it will not be visible after this plan. In this regard, Modi said that it is developing faster than the last 70 years. In this regard, Modi targeted the Congress and said that the issue of infrastructure in the country has been far from the priority of most of the political parties of the country.
Ministry of Railways, Road Transport, Ships, IT, Textiles, Petroleum, Energy and Aviation Ministries have been included for this project launched by Narendra Modi on Wednesday for the development of infrastructure in the country. In this regard, Modi was engaged in this effort since coming to power in 2014.