In the current elections, the Modi government is showcasing its ‘success’ in reaching 24×7 power to all in the country through its flagship programme, Pradhan Mantri Sahaj Bijli Har Ghar Yojana or Saubhagya.
Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Monday inaugurated the PETROTECH – 2019 at India Expo Centre, Greater Noida, Uttar Pradesh. He also addressed the inaugural session of the event. PETROTECH – 2019 is considered to be India’s flagship hydrocarbon conference.
India needs $60-80 billion investments over the next five years to strengthen its grid transmission infrastructure. The scale of investments envisaged is needed to address the continued structural growth in power demand and overcome
India is all set to achieve 100 per cent household electrification by the month end, with 2.44 crore families having received power connections out of the targeted 2.48 crore under the Rs 16,320 crore Saubhagya scheme
India has successfully managed to electrify 99.78 per cent households until 15 January as per government data. The data uploaded on Saubhagya dashboard claims that 21.23 crore households have been given access to electricity since
The government of Prime Minister Narendra Modi said it’s on track to meet its official March 31 deadline to provide electricity connections to every home, saying a Dec. 31 goal promoted publicly by the power ministry was only an “internal target.”
Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s government missed a self-imposed target to electrify every home, delaying the success of a marquee $2.3 billion development goal that his party plans to showcase before national elections early this year.