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Govt’s Interim Budget unveils ‘Vision 2030’; focus on Start-ups, EVs & renewables

New Delhi, Feb 1 (GCCurrentAffairs) The Government on Friday unveiled its vision for the next decade, listing thereby ten most important dimensions in 2030 in its Interim Budget 2019-20 in Parliament here.

“With this comprehensive ten-dimensional Vision, we will create an India where poverty, malnutrition, littering and illiteracy would be a matter of the past. India would be a modern, technology driven, high growth, equitable and transparent society,” said interim Finance Minister Piyush Goyal.

Mr Goyal, Union Minister for Finance, Corporate Affairs, Railways & Coal, further said, “India is poised to become a five trillion dollar economy in the next five years and aspires to become 10 trillion dollar economy thereafter.”

The dimensions of ‘Vision-2030’ outlines steps to create physical and social infrastructure for ten trillion dollar economy and to provide ease of living.

It also includes vision for Digital India led by the youths with innumberable start-ups and million of jobs. Focus on Electrical Vehicles and renewables. The focus would be given to rural industrailisation using modern technologies to generate massive employment.

The Vision 2030 emphasises on clean rivers, with safe drinking water to all Indians and efficient use of water in irrigation using micro-irrigation techniques. Besides scaling up Sagarmala, India’s coastline and ocean waters will power development.

“Through our space programme – Gaganyaan, India becoming the launch-pad of satellites for the World Self sufficiency in food production and producing food in the most organic way,” stated Mr Goyal in his 100 minute speech.

It listed a healthy India by 2030 and a distress free health care and wellness system for all. Ayushman Bharat and women participation would be an important component in it.

“Employees working with elected Government, transforming India into Minimum Government Maximum Governance nation,” stated the Finance Minister.

Via UNI-India

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