Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Sunday stated that the federal government is working to carry the electrical energy payments of the households to zero.
While unveiling a number of key initiatives in Assam, Modi stated, “We have run programs to install electricity connections in every household in the country. Now we have planned to make the electricity bills zero.”
He stated that establishing roof prime solar energy crops for 1 crore households within the nation will pave the way in which in direction of attaining zero energy payments.
“In the budget, we have announced plans to put roof top solar panels in 1 crore houses. This will not only bring down the electricity bills to zero, the people can have their own electricity generation system in the homes. They can even sell the electricity generated through solar power roof top system to earn money, ” Modi stated in an enormous public rally right here.
He stated that the bulletins have been made within the newest price range of the union authorities to take a position not less than Rs 11 lakh crores in infrastructure growth within the subsequent one 12 months.
“Prior to 2014, the Central authorities used to spend 12 lakh crores in infrastructure in 10 years. We have set a goal to take a position nearly the equal sum of money in only one 12 months.
“Last year, I made an announcement to produce 2 crore Lakhpati Didi in the country. In just one year, we could have made 1 crore women as Lakhpati. In this year’s budget, we have stretched the aim and now we will make a total of 3 crore women as Lakhpati Didi, ” he stated.
Modi stated that a few of the Lakhpati Didis additionally got here to attend his rally in Guwahati on Sunday.
He additionally took an oblique jibe at former Prime Minister Manmohan Singh.
“Earlier, the roads in Assam were so horrible that people could find it hard to travel from one district to another. There were continuous roadblocks and agitation despite the fact that the then Prime Minister of the country was known to be associated with Assam, ” he stated.
The Prime Minister added, “But the situation has massively changed in the last 10 years. Assam and northeast will become a hub of trade in the upcoming years.”