Modi Government 2.0: Learn 7 important decisions taken in a year

Modi Government 2.0: Learn 7 important decisions taken in a year
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Modi government 2.0:-  Between the coronavirus epidemic and lockdown, the Modi government 2.0 is going to complete one year on May 30.  During one year, Modi Government took many important decisions.  Many of these decisions are also historical.  These include other decisions, including the removal of self-reliant India (Atmanirbhar Bharat), Jammu and Kashmir from Article 370 (Article 370) and the abolition of Triple Talaq after the lockdown.  Many decisions of the Center were strongly opposed but the Modi government did not back down.  Let us give you important information about these decisions

1. Atmanirbhar Bharat Abhiyan

The demonetisation decision by the Modi government surprised everyone after the Corona virus problem from Wuhan in China turned into a global crisis.  No one could think of announcing the simultaneous lockdown across the country.  This decision had a far-reaching impact on the country's economy.

Keeping this in mind, the Modi government also launched a self-sufficient India campaign, announcing an economic package of 20 lakh crores to bring the deteriorated economy back on track.  With this decision, India will move towards becoming self-reliant like China.

Announcing this decision, Prime Minister Narendra Modi said that 21st century belongs to India, it is not only our dream but also responsibility.  For this one has to walk on the path of self-sufficiency.  PM Modi has called for strengthening the five pillars like Land, Labor, Liquidity as well as Economy, Infrastructure, Systems, Demography and Demand.

2. End of article 370

Modi government 2.0 took its most historic decision with respect to Jammu and Kashmir, which has been a priority since the time of Jana Sangh.  In Jammu and Kashmir, along with taking steps to make Article 370 ineffective, the work of dividing the state into two parts also took place during this period.

Adopting the government's decision, President Ram Nath Kovind approved a proposal to nullify Article 370, granting special state status to Jammu and Kashmir, and divided Jammu and Kashmir and Ladakh into two union territories.  After this decision of Modi government, one country, one legislation and one mark has been implemented in Kashmir.

3. Triple Talaq

The Narendra Modi government took the first step to get Muslim women out of triple talaq as soon as they came to power for the second time with a strong majority.  The Modi government passed the Muslim Women Marriage Rights Protection Bill-2019 (Lok Sabha and Rajya Sabha) to ban triple talaq.  From August 1, 2019, divorce of three became legal.  Even after the absence of majority in the Rajya Sabha, the Modi government managed to implement this law.  This issue was included in the BJP's major agenda since the first term of the government.

4. Citizenship amendment law

The Citizenship Amendment Act is also included in the major decision of Modi Government 2.0.  It was implemented across the country on January 10, 2020.  With this law, Hindus, Sikhs, Buddhists, Parsis, Christians and Jews living in Pakistan, Bangladesh and Afghanistan can get Indian citizenship.  There were several months of protests across the country over the change in this law.  Muslim women took to the streets to protest against this law.  Seeing the agitation of the movement, from Prime Minister Narendra Modi to the Union Home Minister said that through this law, citizenship of any minority of the country will not be taken away.

5. Amendment to the UAPA Act

UAPA i.e. Unlawful Activities Prevention (Amendment) Bill-2019 (Unlawful Activities Prevention (Amendment) Bill-2019) was enacted from Parliament.  The new UAPA law empowers anyone found involved in or encouraging terrorist activities to be declared a terrorist.  Recently under the UAPA Act, the Modi government has declared Most Wanted Dawood Ibrahim, Hafiz Saeed, Maulana Masood Azhar and Zakiur Rehman Lakhvi as terrorists.  The new law empowers the NIA to seize the property of the accused.

6. One Nation, One Ration Card

After coming to power for the second time in the Lok Sabha elections 2019, the 'One Nation, One Ration Card' scheme was also implemented.  Under this scheme, any person on the same ration card will be able to take ration from a shop of fair price (public distribution system) in any part of the country.  The central government is going to launch the One Nation One Ration Card service from June 1, 2020.  Bihar, Uttar Pradesh, Punjab, Telangana, Andhra Pradesh, Gujarat, Maharashtra, Haryana, Rajasthan, Karnataka, Kerala, Madhya Pradesh, Goa, Jharkhand, Tripura, Himachal Pradesh and Daman-Diu have already joined the One Nation One Ration Card Scheme  Huh.  The Modi government hopes that this will not only curb corruption, but the poor moving from one place to another due to employment or other reasons will not be denied subsidized rations.

7. Merger of Banks

The central government has announced the merger of 10 state-owned banks to form four large banks.  Oriental Bank of Commerce and United Bank were merged with Punjab National Bank.  Syndicate Bank merged Canara Bank and Allahabad Bank with Indian Bank.  Announced to connect Andhra Bank and Corporation Bank with Union Bank of India.  It is being told that the merger of banks will provide relief from the rising NPA.