Modi Govt Takes 30 Decisions Ahead of General Elections
In its last cabinet meeting, Modi government approved 30 decisions such as setting up 50 Kendriya Vidyalayas, a push to infrastructure, and power projects and expanding health insurance benefits to ex-servicemen, projects for Delhi Metro, a committee to draw up norms for unauthorized colonies etc.
All the 30 decisions were taken just ahead of Lok Sabha polls. The government has allocated Rs 1,579 crores for the development of the Kendriya Vidyalayas over a period of five years.
Two super thermal power projects with a capacity of 1,320 MW each were approved in Khurja in UP and Buxar in Bihar.
The CCEA approved the continuation of the fourth phase of the National AIDS Control Programme for three years from April 2017 to March 2020. An outlay of Rs 6,434.76 crore has been approved for the three years.
Flood Management and Border Areas Programme, with an outlay of Rs 3,342 crore till 2019-20, was approved for effective flood management across the country.