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Viksit Bharat 2047: PM Modi’s Plan for Lok Sabha Elections

Viksit Bharat 2047: PM Modi's Plan for Lok Sabha ElectionsViksit Bharat 2047: PM Modi's Plan for Lok Sabha Elections

Viksit Bharat 2047: At their meeting on Sunday, Prime Minister Narendra Modi and his Council of Ministers discussed the “Viksit Bharat 2047” vision paper and came up with ideas for a comprehensive action plan.

Key Points
  • ‘Viksit Bharat 2047’ deliberated a 100-day program for post-election actions.
  • By 2047, “Viksit Bharat” hopes to see India through to developed status.
  • More than 2,700 meetings were held to prepare for “Viksit Bharat.”

One of the main items of Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s 12-hour meeting with his Council of Ministers on Sunday was a vision document for “Viksit Bharat 2047.” In case the NDA administration led by Prime Minister Modi was to win back power for a third time following the Lok Sabha elections, they discussed the document and worked on a comprehensive action plan for the following five years during the workshop.

News agency PTI said, citing government sources, that at the meeting, a 100-day agenda for immediate measures to be implemented when a new government is established in May was deliberated upon for the prompt implementation of the ‘Viksit Bharat 2047′ plan.

During the latest gathering of ministers, which is anticipated to be the ultimate meeting before the upcoming Lok Sabha elections, the Prime Minister delivered a resolute directive, urging his team to “go all out” in their efforts to secure victory. This rallying call signifies a heightened sense of urgency and determination within the government ranks as they prepare for the crucial electoral battle ahead.

What is the ‘VIKSIT BHARAT 2047’ Plan?

PM Modi has made multiple references to “Viksit Bharat,” which is the plan to make India a developed country 100 years after it gained independence.

The roadmap for ‘Viksit Bharat’ is the result of over two years of intense preparation, according to news agency PTI, which cited government sources. It involved a “whole of government” approach comprising all ministries and extensive consultations with state governments, academia, civil society, scientific organizations, industry bodies, and youth mobilization for input.

The sources noted that it is a thorough outline with a well-articulated national vision, goals, action points, and aspirations. Its objectives include infrastructural development, social welfare, business facilitation, ease of living and doing business in India, and the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs).

At various levels, there were almost 2,700 meetings, workshops, and seminars. More than 20 lakh young people submitted suggestions, according to one official.

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At the conference on Sunday, representatives from various ministries discussed their thoughts on the ‘Viksit Bharat 2047’ plan. Additionally, presentations on various topics were given.

Before this, Prime Minister Modi had instructed his cabinet members to present “actionable, measurable, and clearly defined plans” for the next administration.

Before the meeting, Prime Minister Modi declared on X that he had given the BJP Rs 2000 as a “party fund” to forward his “Viksit Bharat” strategy ahead of the Lok Sabha elections.

“I am delighted to support BJP India and bolster our endeavors towards constructing a Viksit Bharat.” “I also encourage everyone to participate in #DonationForNationBuilding by using the NaMoApp,” he tweeted, along with a picture of his donation receipt.

The prime minister has stated time and time again that his administration will return to power for a third term in office. In the upcoming Lok Sabha elections, he has set a goal of 370 seats for the BJP and 400 for the ruling NDA alliance.

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