Ballia; Uttar Pradesh: The current Bhartiya Janata Party’s Prime Minister- Narendra Modi has today, on Sunday, first day of April, arrived at Ballia in Uttar Pradesh to launch a eight thousand crore rupees’ scheme for providing Five Crore free cooking gas connections to the BPL- Bellow Poverty Line families.
The current Prime Minister- Modi is famous for his various schemes and policies, and with the present scheme namely, Pradhan Mantri Ujjwala Yojana, he has added one more dazzling star to his shoulder. With this Pradhan Mantri Ujjwala Yojana, the Prime Minister has offering gas cylinder to the crores of families, and basically, the Government is involving the use of money which it has saved from the users who voluntarily given up their subsidies in connection with the gas cylinders they were buying.
The BJP government claimed that there is around 1.13 crore of the cooking gas users have given up their subsidies and this has allowed the government to formulate the present Pradhan Mantri Ujjwala Yojana.
Now with the involvement of such monies which the government had received from such 1.13 crore of cooking gas users, the government is aiming to provide such cooking gas connections to the Five crore women beneficiaries from the Bellow Poverty Line families over the next 3 years.
While, the PM- Modi visited the Ballia, Uttar Pradesh for distributing such cooking gas connections to the BPL families, he also addressed the gathering and found appreciate and congratulating the local Members of Parliament for ensuring the changes in the connectivity in the region as to rail lines, bridges, etc. Moreover, the Modi also took the opportunity and said that ‘this is a government for the poor.’ And he also confirmed that the Government is working a lot on the issues of labour. He also praised the land of Ballia, terming it “revolutionary land.”
After such meeting, and launch of the new scheme, the Prime Minister- Modi will also be scheduled to visit his constituency- Varanasi, where he will distribute e- rickshaws to the beneficiaries.