Modi government launches big scheme for Modi cabinet villages

A meeting of the Union Cabinet chaired by Prime Minister Modi has approved a budget of Rs 19,000 crore for the Bharat Net scheme. A union Cabinet meeting chaired by PM on Wednesday: 19 19,000 crore budget approved for Bharat Net scheme Every village will be connected to broadband in the net scheme.

After the meeting, Union Ministers Prakash Javadekar and Ravi Shankar Prasad informed the decisions of the Cabinet. Ravi Shankar Prasad said the Union Cabinet has approved the Rs 19,000 crore Bharat Net scheme. Under this scheme, work will be started to deliver the broadband system in every village.

Cabinet Secretary Giridhar Aramaner Secretary MORTH Raj NOHA FB A itaram Bharat Net scheme launched at a cost of Rs 19,000 crore has been approved in 16 states of the country under the Bharat Net PPP model. The total project is Rs 29,000 crore while the Government of India has a stake of Rs 19,000 crore. More than 3 lakh villages will be connected to broadband. This package will come with a total of 9 packages, a player will be given a maximum of 4 packages.

The announcement for the power sector has also been taken at a meeting of the Union Cabinet on reforms in the power sector. Under this scheme, the plan will be sought on behalf of the state governments and the central government will allocate money. Apart from that, the government is also preparing to implement automatic system in big cities. There are also plans to strengthen the solar system. The old HT LT lines will be replaced to provide 24-hour power. Also, a recharge system will be introduced for the poor on a daily basis.