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Union Minister Prakash Javadekar today said that Narendra Modi led government is leaving no stone unturned for the welfare of all segments of the society, including farmers, soldiers, labourers and traders. 

Briefing media in New Delhi on the completion of 50 days of NDA government II, Mr Javadekar said people are now assured that the pace of reforms, welfare and justice to all has increased as compared to its first tenure.

He said within 50 days, Modi government has taken several historic decisions which shows clear roadmap of faster development in areas like Infrastructure, Education and Social justice.

He said government has taken stringent measures against all types of corruption which is major achievement in the first fifty days of the government.

The Minister said Prime Minister's presence on world forum has made a difference over India's influence over world politics. Talking about the target to make India a 5 trillion dollar economy, Mr Javadekar said, three major components - speed, scale and skill - are being given high priority in various developmental programmes.

He asserted that government is walking the talk with 100 lakh crore rupees of investment to be made in roads, Rails, Sports and other infrastructure.

He added that after formation of Jal Shakti Ministry, the mission to reach out to every house by 2024 with assured water supply is the big target now.



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