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Ujjwala beneficiaries heap praise on Modi’s Ujjwala scheme after their interaction with the PM

The Ujjwala yojana has been one of the most successful programs of Modi government. The scheme has brought a major change in the quality of life of women and poor in the country. The scheme has reached 8 crore homes as of February 1, 2018.


The PM met 100 beneficiaries of Ujjwala yojana yesterday in the LPG panchayat organised by the President in the Rashtrapati Bhavan.


Women who spoke to DD News after the interaction heaped praise on Modi’s Ujjwala scheme and spoke about how it had brought a change in their lives. One of the respondents said that Modi has shown how a ‘New India’ can be made through his work.

Another woman responded that her kids were going hungry to school. But she said that she is able to cook in time and send her kids to school. Another younger beneficiary said that she was able to study better as she is spending less time on cooking.


One of the respondents said that a lot of time was being spent on getting wood fuel, but now the problem has disappeared after getting a Ujjwala gas connection. A woman respondent said that the older women were also tutored in the usage of LPG gas. One of the beneficiaries also said that she was able to get more sleep as she spent less time on cooking after getting an LPG connection under Ujjwala scheme.

All respondents expressed happiness over their interaction with the PM and thanked him for his work.

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