Finance Minister, Piyush Goyal while rolling out the interim budget 2019 in the parliament today, underlined 10 important dimensions for ‘Vision 2030’, the reforms the government would implement that could build a developed India by 2030.
- Talking about the first dimension, the government aims to build next-gen infrastructure, physical as well as social, for a $10 trillion economy and also provide ease of living.
- The Government aims to build a digital India and creating innumerable startups and job opportunities through the same it aims to reach every citizen of the country.
- The third dimension the FM spoke about is Clean and Green India – an India that drives electric vehicles, with renewables becoming a major source of energy.
- The government aims to expand rural industrialization using modern industrial technologies, based on Make In India approach.
- The FM announced that the fifth dimension is Clean Rivers – with safe drinking water to all Indians, sustaining and nourishing life, using micro-irrigation techniques; long coastline can be pivotal for the economy, using the strength of the blue economy and Sagar mala.
- Oceans and coastlines are the sixth dimensions of the government’s vision for 2030
- Our seventh dimension is the aim to become launchpad of the world, placing an Indian astronaut in space by 2022, said FM Piyush Goyal
- By giving emphasis on organic food forms and improving agricultural productivity along with providing self-sufficiency in food is the eighth dimension of the government’s vision.
- Creating a healthy India, with distress-free and comprehensive wellness system for all became the ninth dimension to the vision 2030.
- Finally, the Finance minister spoke about the tenth dimension which is ‘Minimum Government Maximum Governance’, a proactive, responsible and a friendly bureaucracy.
Finance Minister, Piyush Goyal is presenting Narendra Modi government’s sixth and final budget before the country goes in for the general elections 2019.