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“Important Day For Atmanirbhar Bharat”: PM Modi On SVANidhi Scheme

New Delhi:

Prime Minister Narendra Modi interacted with SVANidhi beneficiaries from Uttar Pradesh through video conferencing on Tuesday and mentioned that the road distributors are actually changing into ”Atmanirbhar” by the assistance of this scheme.

Uttar Pradesh Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath additionally participated within the occasion through video conferencing.

“While interacting with the beneficiaries of the PM SVANidhi scheme, I realised that they are happy but surprised at the same time. Earlier, people used to visit banks multiple times in order to avail the loans. Poor people couldn’t imagine stepping inside the bank but today people are easily getting a loan to start their work,” mentioned PM Modi.

“While interacting with the beneficiaries, I noticed that Preeti (beneficiary) who is very less educated is learning advanced technology with confidence and is working to take her business on a large scale. These people are the strength of our country who help in taking the country ahead,” he added.

It’s an essential day for ”Atmanirbhar Bharat”. Centre labored within the path of serving to the poor by launching ”Garib Kalyan Yojana” value Rs 1 lakh 70,000 crores, he added.

“An economic package of Rs 20 lakh crores was also introduced while giving priority to the welfare of poor people. Our street vendors are becoming Atmanirbhar and moving ahead,” mentioned PM Modi.

This scheme was launched on June 1 and began receiving functions through on-line portals, he added.

While interacting with a beneficiary, PM Modi mentioned, “If you (beneficiary) will start doing digital payment so the government will also give her cash back. Please avail the benefits of this initiative.”

Speaking to a momos vendor, PM Modi mentioned, “You can also free your interest in this scheme and the government can also provide you more assistance of Rs 20,000.”

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