Farming scenario in India has never been hidden, rather is way open showing the trouble the farmers face even to have a sustainable life. The government as well as private organisation have tried and opened ways to schemes that can help agriculture industry a progressive start,.
Likewise Prime Minister Narendra Modi is all set to fan out across the country with his rural rallies to capture the “heartlands”.In order to make it a success, key ministries, under the guidance of the Prime Minister’s Office (PMO), are literally burning the midnight oil to “rebrand” the government with new “farmer friendly” schemes that will “connect Bharat and India”.
Key Central ministries, under the guidance of the Prime Minister’s Office (PMO), are burning the midnight oil to “rebrand” the government with new “farmer friendly” schemes that will “connect Bharat and India”.
The major ministries in the 11-member team, constituted by the PMO, include Finance, Rural Development, Agriculture and Health. The first meeting of this group is likely to take place on February 7. The PMO has told the social sector ministries to conceive schemes, get approval of the Finance Ministry and send a proposal to the Cabinet at the earliest so that the PM can directly announce the schemes during his rural rallies.
PM’s rural rallies in Madhya Pradesh, Odisha, Karnataka and Uttar Pradesh are being slated towards the latter half of this month. He is also planning to hold more in the coming months as it is important to “counter the anti-farmer image’’ being perpetuated by the Opposition, especially that of Congress scion Rahul Gandhi, said a source.
“We are working against short deadlines. The task assigned is huge,’’ an official with Rural Development Ministry told The Sunday Standard. According to him, the PMO is very particular that the schemes should be conceived in a way “to connect Bharat and India”.