Jal Shakti Minister Shri Gajendra Singh Shekhawat inspects Namami Gange STP projects at Dinapur and Ramana

Tuesday, June 18, 2019 0
Jal Shakti

Jal Shakti Minister Shri Gajendra Singh Shekhawat inspects Namami Gange STP projects at Dinapur and Ramana 

Minister also visits Ganga Tarini, a floating Ganga Museum and Jalaj, a mobile livelihood center on the Ganga

Posted On: 18 JUN 2019 6:36PM by PIB Delhi

Union Minister for Jal Shakti, Shri Gajendra Singh Shekhawat reviewed the ongoing Namami Gange projects in Varanasi during his visit to the city today. He inspected the 140 Million Litres Day (MLD) Dinapur Sewage Treatment Plant (STP) from inlet upto outfall point into Varuna. He was accompanied by Director General, National Mission for Clean Ganga (NMCG), Shri Rajiv Ranjan Mishra.

Union Minister, Sh. Shekhawat instructed the officials of Dinapur STP to conduct periodic chemical checks to ensure that the sewage does not have any industrial or other toxic discharge. Under the Namami Gange program, 2 STPs at Dinapur and Goitha (120 MLD) have been recently completed at Varanasi, of which, the Dinapur STP was inaugurated late last year by Prime Minister Shri Narendra Modi in November 2018.

Furthermore, the 50 MLD STP being constructed in Ramana will bolster the existing sewage treatment capacity of the city and take it to 412 MLD which is adequate to meet the sewage treatment demand till 2035 and stop untreated sewage from entering the Ganga in Varanasi.

Shri Shekhawat also inspected all the 84 iconic Ghats of Varanasi by boat with a particular focus on the 26 Ghats, where the projects of repair/ renovation have been taken up under the Namami Gange Program. He also reviewed the project for regular cleaning of the 84 Ghats as well as the river surface cleaning project, both of which have been put in place under the Namami Gange Program to ensure cleanliness in and around the river.

Apart from inspecting the Ghats, he also observed the Ghat pumping stations and tapping of drains. Out of 23 drains, 20 drains have already been tapped. The remaining 3, including Assi are being tapped through Ramana STP project, which is to be completed during this year.

The Minister also visited ‘Ganga Tarini’, a floating museum on a house boat which showcases a film display on Ganga and its rich biodiversity. It is a first of its kind initiative to inform people about the various facets of the river including the social, cultural, historical and economical aspects. Ganga Tarini has been developed by the Wildlife Institute of India (WII) in collaboration with NMCG.

Shri Shekhawat also visited ‘Jalaj’, a boat which moves along the Ghats of Varanasi and the nearby villages, displaying and selling products prepared by the Ganga Praharis and local villagers, as a boost to better livelihood opportunities for people living along the banks of the Ganga. The trained Ganga Praharis also educate the local people and tourists regarding Ganga river, biodiversity and cleanliness.

Source: PIB


FAQ of “Pradhan Mantri KIsan SAmman Nidhi (PM-KISAN)”

Sunday, June 16, 2019 0
Frequently Asked Questions for
“Pradhan Mantri KIsan SAmman Nidhi (PM-KISAN)”

Possible FAQs:
The Government has launched a new Central Sector Scheme Pradhan Mantri KIsan SAmman Nidhi (PM-KISAN) to provide income support to all Small and Marginal landholding farmer families to supplement their financial needs for procuring various inputs related to agriculture and allied activities as well as domestic needs. Under the Scheme, the entire financial liability towards transfer of benefit to targeted beneficiaries will be borne by Government of India.

2. What are the benefits of the Scheme?
Under the scheme, Landholder Farmer families with total cultivable holding upto 2 hectares shall be provided a benefit of Rs.6000 per annum per family payable in three equal installments, every four months. The scheme takes effect from 01.12.2018. The first installment to eligible beneficiaries during this financial year 2018-19 shall be for the period from 01.12.2018 to 31.03.2019.

3. Who is eligible to get benefits under the Scheme?
All landholding farmer families having cultivable landholding upto 2 hectare, whose names appear in the land records of States/UT as on 01.02.2019, are eligible to get benefit under the scheme. However, out of these, the following are ineligible to get the benefits :
(a) All Institutional Land holders; and
(b) Farmer families in which one or more of its members belong to following categories:-
i. Former and present holders of constitutional posts
ii. Former and present Ministers/ State Ministers and former/present Members of Lok Sabha/ Rajya Sabha/ State Legislative Assemblies/ State Legislative Councils, former and present Mayors of Municipal Corporations, former and present Chairpersons of District Panchayats.
iii. All serving or retired officers and employees of Central/ State Government Ministries /Offices/Departments and its field units Central or State PSEs and Attached offices /Autonomous Institutions under Government as well as regular employees of the Local Bodies (Excluding Multi Tasking Staff / Class IV/Group D employees)
iv. All superannuated/retired pensioners whose monthly pension is Rs.10,000/-or more(Excluding Multi Tasking Staff / Class IV/Group D employees)
v. All Persons who paid Income Tax in last assessment year.
vi. Professionals like Doctors, Engineers, Lawyers, Chartered Accountants, and Architects registered with Professional bodies and carrying out profession by undertaking practices.

4. How many times the benefit will be given in a year?
The benefit will be provided in three equal installments of Rs. 2000/- each for every 4 months period into the bank account of all eligible beneficiaries. For 2018-19, the beneficiary shall be provided one installment w.e.f. 01.12.2018.

5. Whether an employee of the Central/State Government / PSU / Autonomous Organization, etc. is eligible to get the benefit under the scheme?
No. Serving or retired officer and employee of Central/ State Government Ministries /Offices/Departments and its field units Central or State PSEs and Attached offices /Autonomous Institutions under Government as well as regular employees of the Local Bodies are not eligible to get benefit under the scheme. However, serving or retired Multi Tasking Staff / Class IV/Group D employee is eligible to get benefit under the Scheme provided their families are otherwise eligible and not covered under other exclusion criteria.

6. Will any individual or farmer family owning more than 2 hectare of cultivable land get any benefit under the scheme?
No. Any individual or farmer family owning more than 2 hectare of cultivable land will not get any benefit under the scheme.

7. What will happen if the beneficiary gives incorrect declaration for the implementation of the Scheme?
In case of incorrect declaration, the beneficiary shall be liable for recovery of transferred financial benefit and other penal actions as per law.

8. What is the cutoff date for determination of eligibility of beneficiaries under the scheme?
The cut-off date for determination of eligibility of beneficiaries under the scheme shall be 01.02.2019 and no changes thereafter shall be considered for eligibility of benefit under the scheme for next 5 years except transfer of land on succession in case of death of landholder.

9. Whether the scheme benefits will be allowed in cases where transfer of ownership of cultivable land takes place on account of succession due to death of the landowner?
Yes. The Scheme benefits will be allowed in all such cases where transfer of ownership of cultivable land has taken place on account of succession due to death of the landowner.

10. Whether transfer of ownership occurred between 01.12.2018 and 31.01.2019 are eligible for consideration?
In cases where transfer of ownership of cultivable land has happened between 01.12.2018 and 31.01.2019 due to any reasons such as purchase, succession, will, gift, etc., the first installment during the financial year (2018-19) shall be of proportionate amount from date of transfer till 31.03.2019 with respect to the 4 months period, provided the families are otherwise eligible as per scheme guidelines.

11. Is an income tax payee farmer or his /her spouse eligible to get benefit under the scheme?
No. if any member of the family is income tax payee in last assessment year, then the family is not eligible for benefit under the scheme.

12. What is the definition of small and marginal landholder farmer family?
A Small and Marginal landholder farmer family is defined as “a family comprising of husband, wife and minor children who collectively own cultivable land upto 2 hectare as per land records of the concerned State/UT”. The existing land-ownership system will be used for identification of beneficiaries for calculation of payment. 

13. Does any person/farmer who is not having land holding in his name is eligible to get benefit under the Scheme?
No. Land holding is the sole criteria to avail financial benefit under Income Support Scheme.

14. How the beneficiaries under the Scheme will be identified and shortlisted for payment of intended benefit?
The prevailing land-ownership system / record of land in different States/Union Territories will be used to identify the intended beneficiaries for transfer of scheme benefits. Responsibility of identifying the landholder farmer family eligible for benefit under the scheme shall be of the State/UT Government.

15. What is the mandatory information required to be submitted on PM-KISAN portal for the transfer of benefits?
The States shall prepare database of eligible beneficiary landholder farmer families in the villages capturing the Name, Age, Gender, Category (SC/ST) , Aadhaar Number (in case Aadhaar Number has not been issued then Aadhaar Enrollment Number together with any other prescribed documents for purposes of the identification such as Driving Licence, Voters’ ID Card, NREGA Job Card, or any other identification documents issued by Central/State/UT Governments or their authorities, etc.), Bank Account Number, IFSC Code. Though mobile number is not mandatory but it is advised that when available it may be captured so that the information related to sanction/transfer of benefit can be communicated. In cases of beneficiaries in States of Assam, Meghalaya, J&K where Aadhaar number has not been issued to most of the citizens, Aadhaar number shall be collected  for those beneficiaries where it is available and for others alternate prescribed documents can be collected for identity verification purposes by the States/UT Governments.

16. How does a landholder farmers’ family know that his/her name is included in the list of beneficiaries?
The beneficiary lists would be displayed at Panchayats to ensure greater transparency and information. Further, States/UTs would notify the sanction of benefit to the beneficiary through system generated SMS.

17. What is the remedy available for eligible beneficiary if his/her name is not included in the list of beneficiaries?
All such farmer families whose names are not included in the list of beneficiaries can approach the District Level Grievance Redressal Monitoring Committee in their Districts for inclusion of their names in the beneficiary list.

18. In case of landholding of 2 hectare in different parcels owned by family members are spread across different revenue records in the same or different villages, whether they will be eligible for benefit on all such pockets of land or will his benefit be limited to Rs.6000/- per annum only?
The entire land held by such farmer family will be pooled together and the maximum benefit of Rs. 6000 per annum will only be provided.

19. If the holding of a family is up to 2 hectare and are in the names of different members of family, whether they are eligible for the benefits?
Yes. If within a landholding farmer family, cultivable land is in names of different family members, in such cases, the land will be pooled for determination of eligibility. The payment will be given to the person within the family having highest quantum of land. If the quantum of land owned by two or more individual family members is same, payment will be transferred in the name of eldest member among them in the farmer family.

20. If there are multiple landholding farmer families whose names are recorded on a single landholding of more than 2 hectare but individual land holding of each/few of the farmers is 2 hectare or less, whether each farmer family is eligible to get benefit of the scheme? If so, what is the quantum of minimum financial benefit that such families will get under the scheme?
Each of such farmer family would be eligible for the benefit under the scheme upto the extent of Rs. 6000/- provided they are otherwise eligible as per scheme guidelines.

21. Will be monetary benefit under the Scheme be directly credited into beneficiary accounts?
The income support benefit will also be directly credited into bank accounts of beneficiaries.

22. Whether it is compulsory for beneficiaries to give their bank account details?
Yes, the beneficiaries are required to provide their bank account details with Aadhaar number so as to credit the financial benefit under the scheme directly into their bank accounts. No benefit can be given if bank account details have not been provided.

23. Whether giving Aadhaar details are mandatory?
Yes, since this is a beneficiary oriented scheme, in terms of extant guidelines, the Aadhaar number of the beneficiary has to be mandatorily provided. In case Adhaar number is not available, then in such case the application has to provide the Aadhar enrolment number to avail of the benefit under the scheme. However, only for transfer of first installment relaxation has been given for transfer of benefit to beneficiaries on basis of alternate documents for identification. However subsequent installments will be transferred only where States/UTs where Aadhar number is not available. In cases of beneficiaries in States of Assam, Meghalaya, J&K where Aadhaar number has not been issued to most of the citizens, Aadhaar number shall be collected for those beneficiaries where it is available and for others alternate prescribed documents can be collected for identity verification purposes by the States/UT Governments.

24. Can States/UTs provide certified lists of beneficiaries on the PM KISAN Portal in phases or in batches as and when they are finalized?
Yes, States/UTs can provide list of eligible beneficiaries as and when they are finalized based on the eligibility criteria in batches/phrases. The benefits will be released on regular basis based on the approved list provided by the States/UTs.

Source ; pmkisan.gov.in
http://www.pmkisan.gov.in/Documents/FAQPMKISAN.PDF ]

1. There is no distinction between urban and rural cultivable land and under the scheme. Both are covered under the scheme, provided that land situated in urban areas is under actual cultivation.
2. Micro land holdings, which are not cultivable, are excluded from the benefit under the scheme.
3. State Government to decide about the mechanism / authority for validation if information / declaration furnished by the beneficiary.
4. The cut-off date for `minor` children becoming `major’ is 1.2.2019.
5. Agricultural land being used for non-agricultural purpose will not be covered for benefit under the scheme.

Source ; pmkisan.gov.in
[http://www.pmkisan.gov.in/Documents/ADDITIONAL%20FAQ%20IN%20RESPECTIVE%20OF%20THE%20PM2.pdf ]

FAQ - Ayushman Bharat - Pradhan Mantri Jan Arogya Yojana (PM-JAY)

Sunday, June 16, 2019 0
FAQ - Ayushman Bharat - Pradhan Mantri Jan Arogya Yojana (PM-JAY)

Pradhan Mantri Jan Arogya Yojana(PM-JAY) is a pioneering initiative of Prime Minister Modi to ensure that poor and vulnerable population is provided health cover. This initiative is part of the Government’s vision to ensure that its citizens – especially the poor and vulnerable groups have universal access to good quality hospital services without anyone having to face financial hardship as a consequence of using health services.

What benefits are available under PM-JAY?
PM-JAY provides an insurance cover upto Rs 5 lakh per family, per year for secondary and tertiary hospitalization. All pre-existing conditions are covered from day 1 of implementation of PM-JAY in respective States/UTs.

What health services are available under PM-JAY?
The health services covered under the programme include hospitalization expenses, day care surgeries, follow-up care, pre and post hospitalization expense benefits and new born child/children services. The comprehensive list of services is available on the website.

Who is eligible to avail benefits under PM-JAY?
PM-JAY covers more than 10 crore poor and vulnerable families across the country, identified as deprived rural families and occupational categories of urban workers’ families as per the latest Socio-Economic Caste Census (SECC) data. A list of eligible families has been shared with the respective state government as well as ANMs/BMO/BDOs of relevant area. Only families whose name is on the list are entitled for the benefits of PM-JAY. Additionally, any family that has an active RSBY card as of 28 February 2018 is covered. There is no capping on family size and age of members, which will ensure that all family members specifically girl child and senior citizens will get coverage.

Where can beneficiaries avail of services under PM-JAY?
Services under the scheme can be availed at all public hospitals and empaneled private health care facilities. Empanelment of the hospitals under PM-JAY will be conducted through an online portal by the state government. Information about empaneled hospitals will be made available at through different means such as government website, mobile app. Beneficiaries can also call the helpline number at 14555. Regular updates will also be provided through ASHAs, ANM and other specific touch points This information will be activated shortly.

Will beneficiaries have to pay anything to get covered under this scheme?
No. All eligible beneficiaries can avail free services for secondary and tertiary hospital care for identified packages under PM-JAY at public hospitals and empaneled private hospitals. Beneficiaries will have cashless and paperless access to health services under PM-JAY.

What is the enrolment process? Is there any time period for enrolment?
PM-JAY is an entitlement based mission. There is no enrolment process. Families who are identified by the government on the basis of deprivation and occupational criteria using the SECC database both in rural and urban areas are entitled for PM-JAY.

How are the beneficiaries identified?
The beneficiaries are identified based on the deprivation categories (D1, D2, D3, D4, D5, and D7) identified under the SECC (Socio-Economic Caste Census) database for rural areas and 11 occupational criteria for urban areas. In addition, RSBY beneficiaries in states where RSBY is active are also included.

Can those families whose names are not on the list avail the benefits under PM-JAY?
In this phase, no additional new families can be added under PM-JAY. However, names of additional family members can be added for those families whose names are already on the SECC list.

Will a card be given to the beneficiary?
A dedicated PM-JAY family identification number will be allotted to eligible families. Additionally, an e-card will also be given to beneficiary at the time of hospitalization.

Source : PM-JAY portal.
[ https://www.pmjay.gov.in/ ]


PM’s opening remarks at fifth meeting of Governing Council of NITI Aayog

Saturday, June 15, 2019 0
PM’s opening remarks at fifth meeting of Governing Council of NITI Aayog

PM: NITI Aayog has key role to play in fulfilling the mantra of SabkaSaath, SabkaVikas, SabkaVishwas

PM: Goal to make India a 5 trillion dollar economy by 2024, is challenging, but achievable, with the concerted efforts of States

PM: Export sector vital for boosting income and employment; States should focus on export promotion

PM: Newly created Jal Shakti Ministry will help provide an integrated approach to water; States can also integrate various efforts towards water conservation and management

PM: We are now moving towards a governance system characterized by Performance, Transparency and Delivery.

The Prime Minister, Shri Narendra Modi today delivered the opening remarks at the fifth meeting of the Governing Council of NITI Aayog, in RashtrapatiBhawan Cultural Centre in New Delhi.

Welcoming the Governor of J&K, Chief Ministers, Lieutenant Governor of Andaman and Nicobar Islands, and other delegates, the Prime Minister reiterated that NITI Aayog has a key role to play in fulfilling the mantra of SabkaSaath, SabkaVikas, SabkaVishwas.

Recalling the recent General Elections as the world’s largest democratic exercise, the Prime Minister said that it is now time for everyone to work for the development of India. He spoke of a collective fight against poverty, unemployment, drought, flood, pollution, corruption and violence etc.

The Prime Minister said that everyone at this platform has a common goal of achieving a New India by 2022. He described Swachh Bharat Abhiyan and PM AwaasYojana as illustrations of what the Centre and the States can accomplish together.

The Prime Minister said that empowerment, and ease of living, have to be provided to each and every Indian. He said the goals that have been set for the 150th anniversary of Mahatma Gandhi, should be accomplished by October 2nd, and work should begin in earnest towards the goals for 2022, the 75th anniversary of independence.

The Prime Minister stressed that the focus should be on collective responsibility for achieving short term and long term goals.

Shri Narendra Modi said that the goal to make India a 5 trillion dollar economy by 2024, is challenging, but can surely be achieved. He said States should recognise their core competence, and work towards raising GDP targets right from the district level.

Noting that the export sector is an important element in the progress of developing countries, he said both the Centre and the States should work towards growth in exports, in order to raise per capita incomes. He said there is immense untapped export potential in several States, including the North Eastern States. He said a thrust on export promotion at the State level will provide a boost to both income and employment.

Describing water as an important element for life, the Prime Minister said that the poor bear the brunt of insufficient water conservation efforts. He said that the newly created Jal Shakti Ministry will help provide an integrated approach to water. He urged States to also integrate their efforts towards water conservation and management. He said management of available water resources is a vital imperative. He said that the aim is to provide piped water to every rural home by 2024. He said attention has to be given to water conservation, and raising the water table. He appreciated the efforts made by several States towards water conservation and management. He said rules and regulations, such as model building bye-laws, also need to be framed for water conservation and management. He added that district irrigation plans under the the PM KrishiSinchaiYojana should be implemented carefully.

The Prime Minister called for effective steps to tackle drought. He said that the spirit of per-drop, more-crop needs to be promoted.

Reiterating the Union Government’s commitment to double incomes of farmers by 2022, he said this requires focus on fisheries, animal husbandry, horticulture, fruits and vegetables. He said that the benefits of PM-KISAN – KisanSammanNidhi – and other farmer centric schemes should reach the intended beneficiaries well within time. Noting that there is need for structural reform in agriculture, the Prime Minister spoke of the need to boost corporate investment, strengthen logistics, and provide ample market support. He said the food processing sector should grow at a faster pace than foodgrain production.

Turning to aspirational districts, the Prime Minister said that the focus should be on good governance. He said improvement in governance has led to remarkable progress in several aspirational districts. Giving several examples, he said out-of-the-box ideas, and innovative service delivery efforts in some of these districts have also delivered outstanding results.

The Prime Minister said that many aspirational districts are affected by Naxal violence. He said the battle against Naxal violence is now in a decisive phase. He said violence will be dealt with firmly, even as development proceeds in a fast-paced and balanced manner.

On the health sector, the Prime Minister said that several targets have to kept in mind, to be achieved by 2022. He also mentioned the target of eliminating TB by 2025. The Prime Minister urged those States who have not implemented PMJAY under Ayushman Bharat, so far, to come onboard this scheme at the earliest. He said health and wellness should be the focal point of every decision.

The Prime Minister said that we are now moving towards a governance system characterized by Performance, Transparency and Delivery. He said proper implementation of schemes and decisions is vital. He called upon all members of the Governing Council of NITI Aayog to help create a government setup which works, and has the trust of the people.


PM addresses the SCO Summit in Bishkek

Saturday, June 15, 2019 0
PM addresses the SCO Summit in Bishkek

Excellency, Kyrgyz Republic के राष्ट्रपति और आज की हमारी सभा के अध्यक्ष,

Excellencies, मेरे साथी मित्रों,

सर्वप्रथम, मैं SCO के कुशल नेतृत्व के लिए राष्ट्रपति जीन्बेकोव औरकिर्गिज़ गणतंत्र को बधाई देना चाहूंगा। उदार आतिथ्य और स्वागत-सत्कार के लिए भी उन्हें धन्यवाद देता हूं। SCO प्रमुखों की इस बैठक में भाग लेना मेरे लिए खुशी की बात है। भारत को SCO के पूर्ण सदस्य के रूप में दो साल हो चुके हैं। हमनेSCO की सभी गतिविधियों में सकारात्मक योगदान दिया है। हमने अंतर्राष्ट्रीय क्षेत्र में SCO की भूमिका और विश्वसनीयता में वृद्धिके लिए व्यापक engagements जारी रखे हैं।


SCO क्षेत्र तथा भारत के इतिहास, सभ्यता और संस्कृति हजारों सालसे परस्पर जुड़े हुए हैं। हमारे इस साझा क्षेत्र को आधुनिक युग में बेहतर कनेक्टिविटी कीबहुत आवश्यकता है। International North South Transport Corridor, चाबहार पोर्ट,अश्गाबात समझौते जैसे initiatives, कनेक्टिविटी पर भारत के फोकसको स्पष्ट करते हैं। हमने 2017 में काबुल और कंधार और नई दिल्ली और मुंबई के बीचएयर फ्रेट कॉरिडोर का भी संचालन किया है। संप्रभुता, क्षेत्रीय अखंडता, सुशासन, पारदर्शिता, व्यवहारिकता औरस्थिरता के लिए सम्मान कनेक्टिविटी के पहलों के आधार होने चाहिए। Physical Connectivity के साथ-साथ people-to-people संपर्क का महत्व कम नहीं है। हमारी ई-पर्यटक वीज़ा सेवाएं अधिकांश SCO देशों के लिए उपलब्ध हैं। मुझे यह घोषणा करते हुए खुशी हो रही है कि भारतीय पर्यटन कीवेबसाइट पर शीघ्र ही SCO देशों के पर्यटकों की आसानी के लिए रूसीइंटरफ़ेस और रूसी भाषा में 24×7 पर्यटक हेल्पलाइन प्रारम्भ होगी।


SCO क्षेत्र में स्थिरता और सुरक्षा के लिए शांतिपूर्ण, एकजुट, सुरक्षित और समृद्ध अफगानिस्तान एक महत्वपूर्ण कारक है। हमारा उद्देश्य Afghan-led, Afghan-owned और Afghan-controlled समावेशी शांति प्रक्रिया के लिए सरकार और अफगानिस्तान के लोगों के प्रयासों का समर्थन करना है। हमें खुशी है कि SCO अफगानिस्तान contact group के further action का roadmap तैयार हुआ है।


हम सबका विज़न हमारे क्षेत्र में healthy कोऑपरेशन को मजबूत करना है। HEALTH शब्द के अक्षरों से हमारे सहयोग के लिए एक अच्छा टेम्पलेट बन सकता है,

H for Healthcare Cooperation

E for Economic Cooperation

A for Alternate Energy

L for Literature and Culture

T for Terrorism free society

H for Humanitarian Cooperation

H for Healthcare cooperation

SCO की 2019-2021 के लिए हेल्थकेयर कार्य योजना पर हमें जोर देना चाहिए। भारत को टेली मेडिसिन और मेडिकल टूरिज्म के क्षेत्र में अपने अनुभव साझा करने में खुशी होगी।

E for Economic Cooperation

आर्थिक सहयोग हमारे लोगों के भविष्य का आधार है। एकपक्षवाद और संरक्षणवाद ने किसी का भला नहीं किया है। हमें विश्वव्यापार संगठन पर केंद्रित एक नियम आधारित, पारदर्शी, भेदभावरहित, खुली और समावेशी बहुपक्षीय व्यापार प्रणाली की आवश्यकताहै। इससे ही सभी सदस्यों, विशेष रूप से विकासशील देशों के हितों कोध्यान में रखा जा सकेगा। भारत SCO सदस्य देशों के बीच आर्थिक गतिविधियों के लिए अनुकूलवातावरण बनाने पर तेजी से काम करने के लिए प्रतिबद्ध है। आजहम महत्वपूर्ण समझौतों पर हस्ताक्षर करने जा रहे हैं, इनसे SCO मेंवित्तीय मामलों में और डिजिटलाइज़ेशन और ICT में सहयोग मजबूतहोगा।

A for Alternate Energy

जलवायु परिवर्तन से निपटने के लिए भारत की प्रतिबद्धता हमारे दर्शन में निहित है, जो पृथ्वी को माता के रूप में मानता है। आज, भारत अक्षय ऊर्जा का छठा और सौर ऊर्जा का पांचवा बड़ा उत्पादक है। अंतर्राष्ट्रीय सौर गठबंधन भारत की संयुक्त पहल है। इसका उद्देश्य सौर उर्जा की लागत कम करने के लिए प्रौद्योगिकी और वित्त जुटाना है। हम इस पहल में SCO के देशों का स्वागत करते हैं। और ऊर्जा के वैकल्पिक स्रोतों को विकसित करने में अपना अनुभव साझा करने के लिए तैयार हैं। आज हम SCO के अंतर्गत environment protection के लिए वर्ष 2019-21 में सहयोग के concept paper पर सहमत हुए हैं।

L for Literature

हमारे युवाओं को एक दूसरे के साहित्य यानि लिटरेचर से परिचय हमारे संबंधों को गहराई देगा। SCO देशों की भाषा में भारतीय साहित्य की 10 श्रेष्ठ कृतियों का translation किया जायेगा। हाल ही में, उज्बेकिस्तान के सहयोग से, ताशकंत में SCO फिल्म फेस्टिवल का सफलतापूर्वक आयोजन किया गया। इसमें मनोरंजक बॉलीवुड और उज़बेकी फिल्मों का समावेश था। Literature और culture हमारे समाजों को एक सकारात्मक गतिविधि प्रदान करते हैं। खासकर यह हमारे समाज में युवाओं के बीच radicalization फैलने से रोक सकता है।

T for Terrorism free society

पिछले रविवार श्रीलंका की अपनी यात्रा के दौरान, मैं सेंट एंटनी के चर्च गया था। वहां मुझे आतंकवाद के उस घिनौने चेहरे का स्मरण हुआ जो हर कहीं, कभी भी प्रकट होकर रोज़ मासूमों की जान लेता है। इस खतरे से निपटने के लिए सभी मानवतावादी ताकतों को अपने-अपने संकीर्ण दायरे से निकलकर एक जुट हो जाना चाहिए। आतंकवाद को प्रोत्साहन, समर्थन और वित्त प्रदान करने वाले राष्ट्रों को जिम्मेदार ठहराना जरुरी है। SCO सदस्यों को आतंकवाद का सफाया करने के लिए SCO-RATS के तहत सहयोग की पूरी क्षमता का इस्तेमाल करना चाहिए। भारत आतंकवाद से निपटने के लिए एक अंतरर्राष्ट्रीय स्तर के सम्मेलन का आहवान करता है।

H for Humanitarian Cooperation

भारत अपने क्षेत्र में humanitarian cooperation में और disaster में फर्स्ट responder की भूमिका निभाता रहा है। हमें SCO देशों के साथ अपने अनुभव और विशेषज्ञता साझा करने में प्रसन्नता होगी। हमें Disaster Resilient Infrastructure के विषय पर विशेष ध्यान देना चाहिए।


[Bishkek Declaration का स्वागत ; सहयोग के लिए उपयोगी blueprint] मैं एक बार फिर से हमारे मेजबान, महामहिम राष्ट्रपति जीन्बेकोव को धन्यवाद देता हूं। राष्ट्रपति व्लादिमीर पुतिन को अगले वर्ष के लिए SCO की अध्यक्षता करने के लिए बधाई देना चाहता हूं और रूसी संघ की सफल अध्यक्षता के लिए भारत के पूर्ण सहयोग का आश्वासन देता हूं।




Pradhan Mantri Kisan Pension Yojana

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Pradhan Mantri Kisan Pension Yojana

Farmers will have to contribute Rs 100 per month under Pradhan Mantri Kisan Pension Yojana that seeks to provide minimum fixed monthly pension of Rs 3,000 on attainment of 60 years.


Source: All India Radio News


PMJAY आयुष्मान भारत योजना में परिवार का आकार या आयु की कोई सीमा नहीं

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PMJAY आयुष्मान भारत योजना में परिवार का आकार या आयु की कोई सीमा नहीं

प्रधानमंत्री जन आरोग्य योजना PMJAY में लाभ प्राप्त करने हेतु ​परिवार के आकार या सदस्यों की आयु के संबंधित कोई सीमा नहीं हैं। इसके अन्तर्गत अस्पताल में दाखिल होने पर 5 लाख रूपया तक का मुफ्त इलाज किया जा सकता है।


Source: National Health Authority (NHA)

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