As a testament to the success of Modi Govt’s vision, savings made through Aadhaar touch Rs. 90,000 Crore
AADHAR A “GAME CHANGER”
Savings made through its implementation enough to fund as much as 3 schemes of the size of Ayushman Bharat, Aadhaar-based delivery of subsidies helped save Rs 90,000 cr by taking out duplicate, non-existent fake beneficiaries
— Megha (@Megha94507473) January 7, 2019
Along with the stated benefits, aadhaar enabled services reduces processing time for many third party services. Win win for both customers and service providers. https://t.co/zUbbe7C7SV
— Subhadip Mukherjee (@Subhadip1986) January 6, 2019
A scheme that deprived leeches who survived on perpetuating poverty in India https://t.co/aiP3Uhid6B
— Ramakrishnan (@ram1461) January 6, 2019
Aadhar is really a nice initiative for the development of our country. It’s really helpful for poor to get the benefits of every national schemes.
— Tushar Bishoyee (@tusharTheHero) January 6, 2019
Aadhaar is very necessary for India to stop,
Corrupt Farm Loan waiver
Non existent Govt employees
Non existent subsidy, govt benefit seekers
Tax Chori and many other corrupt practices since 1947.
— 🇮🇳Sunil Kumar🇮🇳 (@sunilpalakod) January 6, 2019
— Kunal Aggarwal (@Kunalbosconian) January 6, 2019
This is the way a non corrupt govt performs. First time in the history of India ! https://t.co/A2PuvgQp0W
— AYYAPPAN CHOLAKKAL (@Ayyappan_C) January 7, 2019
This is precisely the reason the Opposition is against it. Aadhar is closing a lot of avenues for the Opposition to scam. Mainly Congress. https://t.co/lSVyQApaNH
— Moral Victory 🇮🇳 (@lakshmianand96) January 6, 2019
Citizens praise Modi Govt’s efforts to deliver Good Governance
Its about time you visited https://t.co/GdVCE2W6q3 to give your jaded facts a reality check..more than Rs 7 lakh crore to more than 15 crore poor& jobless people who have now got a sustainable source of livelihood makes #MUDRA,the biggest #JobsInitiative,globally!#Modinomics👍 https://t.co/vB7LQP0YnQ
— Sanju Verma (@Sanju_Verma_) January 8, 2019
Kudos to @narendramodi govt For reaching this milestone and making this country proud.
The growth in GDP during 2018-19 is estimated at 7.2% as it was at the rate of 6.7% in 2017-18.
Manufacturing o/p is estimated to 8.3% compared to 5.7% expansion in 2017-18.#GDP@nikhildadhich
— अभिषेक नरसिंह 🇮🇳 (@AmanPradyuman) January 8, 2019
Satya, a farmer at Suryapet mandi, said, “at village they offered me ₹1800/quintal for my paddy, but I have brought it to the eNAM mandi here hoping to get a higher price..” The highest bid Satya got in the e-auction was ₹1921/quintal. Credit has to be given to eNAM for this pic.twitter.com/EQz7dDCyqq
— Rajalakshmi Nirmal (@rajalakshmi_ns) January 8, 2019
Best news of the day.
India’s GDP estimate for 2018-19 is 7.2%. Was 6.5% the previous year.
A huge thumbs up to @narendramodi government and its positive policies driving India to the top as the fastest growing major economy on the planet 👍
And tough luck doomsday predictors!
— Kiran Kumar S (@KiranKS) January 7, 2019
— Aashish Chandorkar (@c_aashish) January 7, 2019
Incredible work to connect a city of 18.6 million inhabitants led by a brilliant IAS Officer: Ashwini Bhide. Kudos to @Dev_Fadnavis and @narendramodi for pioneering daunting infrastructure projects! Here’s to #MumbaiMetro https://t.co/UqWYbX58Oe
— Abhishek Dalal (@abhishekdalal09) January 7, 2019
😍 he is a vegetable seller who has taken 35k via Mudra Scheme, operating an account in Syndicate Bank. Says he used to take loans at heavy interests earlier. Ofcouse @RahulGandhi will not understand the difference it makes to such common citizens. #ModiOnceMore #ModiFor2019 https://t.co/DNSZkXOeKd
— krithika sivaswamy (@krithikasivasw) January 7, 2019
‘Sabka Saath, Sabka Vikas’ Indeed: Per Capita Income Increases By 45 Per Cent Under Modi Government, Says CSO https://t.co/TJTPxVhrGw
— Tanushri Roy Chaubey (@tanushrichaubey) January 8, 2019
First Advance Estimates of National Income by Central Statistics Office in Delhi suggest that Gross Fixed Capital Formation or investment as % of GDP, under constant 2011-12 prices, is now 32.9% for 2018-19, much higher than corresponding figure of 31.4% during 2017-18. Notable!
— Jaideep Mishra (@JaideepKMishra) January 7, 2019
Thread on Ganga cleaning project:
12,000 MLD (Million Liters a Day) of Sewage is drained into Ganga everyday. Treatment capacity in-
2014: 485 MLD
2018: 4000 MLD (up by 8 times within 4 yrs)
94 more projects with capacity of 1900 MLD are ongoinghttps://t.co/IRqRxvd0z4
— Shashank Goyal (@ShashankGoyal01) January 8, 2019
Indian economy is expected to grow at 7.2% in 2018-19 higher from 6.7% in the previous fiscal
Last year as well we were fastest growing and we shall retain the title this year as well.
Its not jobless growth. It’s not high inflation Era. Low(er) interest rates and boom😊🔋
— Ashu🇮🇳 (@muglikar_) January 7, 2019
Income earned by an average Indian doubled in 7 years, from Rs 63,642 per year in 2011-12 to Rs 1.25 lakh in 2018-19.
Under the current NDA Government, per capita income has grown 45 per cent, from 2014-15 to 2018-19. In 2014-15, an average Indian earned Rs 86,647 per year. pic.twitter.com/D0YfGeFmgL
— Vivek Romee (@VivekRomee) January 8, 2019
Low Inflation/Food Prices
Lower EMIs & property prices
75% Lower Restaurant Taxes
GST with reduced slabs
Rs 2.35 Lakh PMAY subsidy
1.8 lakh Km Roads
35 new Airports
Cheap air travel
7 New IITs
7 New IIMs
7 New IIITs
12 New AIIMS
— Shreekanth S Huddar (@ShreeSHuddar) January 7, 2019