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India illuminated by PM Modi’s plan, know how electricity reached every village in the country?

Narendra Modi became the Chief Minister of Gujarat for the first time in the year 2001 and in the year 2003 he started Jyotigram Yojana to provide electricity to every village of Gujarat.

New Delhi: On completion of 20 years in the administration of Prime Minister Narendra Modi, today we are telling you about his big plan, which has been completed 100 percent. Earlier, the basic necessities of the people were roti, cloth and house, but in the new India people need electricity along with bread, cloth and house. Today life cannot be imagined without electricity. Prime Minister Narendra Modi took the responsibility of fulfilling this basic need of the people and fulfilled it. Gujarat’s experience came in handy for completing this work in stipulated time.

The scheme was started in 2003 after becoming CM

Narendra Modi became the Chief Minister of Gujarat for the first time in the year 2001 and in the year 2003 he started Jyotigram Yojana to provide electricity to every village of Gujarat. Electricity was provided to every village of Gujarat under this scheme in just 3 years. In 2006, Gujarat became the first state in India to have an electricity network in every village.

On becoming PM, the plan started for the whole country

Similarly, in the year 2014, three years after becoming the Prime Minister, Narendra Modi started Saubhagya Yojana to provide electricity to every household in the country. Saubhagya’s goal was to provide electricity to every poor and every household of the country. Under Saubhagya, electricity has reached more than 2 crore 80 lakh houses. The government claimed that 100% households had access to electricity by March 31, 2021. Similarly, from October 2017 to March 2021, the central government has accomplished this target in three and a half years.

Lighted up from Kashmir to Bihar

In a village in Kashmir near the LoC, Mohammad Chacha got old while looking for electricity. Shamima’s age of reading has passed, but girls like Tahira and Rifat are fortunate that they are studying under the light of a bulb. In Motihari, Bihar, the family of laborer Sukhi Sahni still lives in a hut, but fortunately, the electric bulb is burning. The fan is blowing air. Children are watching a movie on TV.

Saubhagya is the name of the scheme to deliver electricity from house to house

You must also be thinking that what is the luck in this. You would think that the news is related to electricity and why we are using the word good luck again and again. They are doing this because the scheme under which electricity reached their house. The name of that scheme is good fortune. And the full name is Pradhan Mantri Sahaj Bijli Har Ghar Yojana.

Access to electricity made people’s lives easier

For the first time after India’s independence in the year 1947, electric wires reached Chautali village of Boniyar tehsil of Baramulla district. Only a year after the abrogation of Article 370, electricity came to Chautali village and after that the lives of the people changed. Not only in terms of studies, but cooking in the kitchen room also became easy.

Village near LoC had to wait 74 years

Imagine, the village which is very close to the LoC. Along with security, there should also be a system of basic facilities. This should be the priority of every government. Had the earlier governments paid attention, the people of Chautali village would not have had to wait for electricity for 74 years.

Electricity also reached the villages of Bihar

There are still many families in Pakariya village of Motihari, who do not have a pucca roof. There is a hut in the name of housing, but electric wires have reached these houses as well. Dhaniya Devi says that till a year ago, one had to go to the market to charge the mobile. It used to cost Rs 10 to charge mobile, but when electricity came, many problems went away at once. Now children also watch cartoons on mobile and also watch movies on TV. Along with this, they also study in the light of the bulb.

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