Narendra Modi backs rural India to achieve target of $5 tn economy; Chhattisgarh’s Chitloor has been exemplary with use of solar power in fields

  • The biggest takeaway from the Narendra Modi government’s budget
  • presented on Friday was the goal to make the nation a $5 trillion economy
  • Reaffirming Sitharaman’s statement — ‘Annadata to Urjadata’— Modi emphasised that the ‘annadata’ (farmers) could actually become ‘urjadata’ (provider of energy) by using solar power in their fields
  • Nearly 2,000 tribal villagers residing in the Bakavand tehsil of the ‘Maoist-hotbed’ Bastar district have been using solar power in their fields

The biggest takeaway from the Narendra Modi government’s budget presented on Friday was the goal to make the nation a $5 trillion economy.

The prime minister has set his hopes on rural India, and not just corporate India alone, to achieve this target. While launching BJP’s membership drive in Varanasi on Saturday, Modi clearly outlined his vision on the path he has chosen to reach this goal.

Following Mahatma Gandhi’s principles, who, at the beginning of the 20th century said, “Soul of India lies in its villages… India lives in her seven hundred thousand villages.

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