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Govt’s flagship schemes showcased at Rajpath

Govt’s flagship schemes showcased at Rajpath


The NDA government’s flagship programmes like Swachh Bharat Mission, Digital India and green energy were today showcased at the Rajpath during the 67th Republic Day celebrations.Though the duration of the parade was curtailed to 90 minutes, a key focus was on the government’s mega schemes like Namami Gange, on solar and wind power and Digital India.

The tableau with the theme of “Mega Watt to Giga Watt — Making the Sun Brighter, Even at Night” promoting renewable energy for environment protection was showcased by the New and Renewable Energy Ministry.There is a concerted effort by various ministries to use clean energy like solar power in government buildings.Railways have installed solar panels on the roftops of several stations, including Katra while going ahead with the wind power project in Rajasthan.

Based on the theme of Swachh Bharat, the tableau of Drinking Water and Sanitation Ministry focused on action plan to bring about total cleanliness in the country through improved sanitation and by developing hygienic behavior among the people.The government had launched the Swachchh Bharat Mission on October 2, 2014 to accelerate efforts to achieve universal sanitation coverage, improve cleanliness and eliminate open defecation in India targeted to be achieved by October 2, 2019.

The mission is the government’s massive initiative for sanitation programme countrywide.

The tableau of Communication and IT Ministry showcased the projected achievements of its ambitious project – Digital India aiming to transform the country into a Digitally Empowered Society and Knowledge Economy.The Digital India project is to develop, promote and exhibit Indian talent and leverage information technology to bring about a new Indian era in the rapidly evolving international environment.

Highlighting Ganga Mission, 150 boys and girls from a Delhi school presented the sparkle of the river Ganga through their depiction ‘Nirmal Ganga’.The government has firmed up action plan for bringing back the pristine qualities of the Ganga with renewed efforts to clean the river.


Anand Gupta Editor - EQ Int'l Media Network


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