During an event in Delhi on the occasion of the birthdays of Madan Mohan Malaviya and Atal Ji, Prime Minister Modi addressed the audience. In his speech, the Prime Minister explained the meaning of governance to the people.

Speaking at the Delhi event on Monday, Prime Minister Narendra Modi stated that as a result of good governance, 13.5 crore people have been lifted out of poverty. During this, PM Modi mentioned the expenditure of over 4 lakh crore rupees on free ration for the poor, 4 lakh crore rupees for permanent homes for the poor, and over 3 lakh crore rupees for piped water in every household. PM Modi said, “If every penny of an honest taxpayer is spent for public and national welfare, then this is governance. As a result of good governance, 13.5 crore people have come out of poverty.”

Transformation of 110 districts Emphasizing the importance of accountability and good governance, he said that the ambitious district program has transformed the 110 districts that were previously immersed in the darkness of backwardness. He said, “Now, attention is also being given to ambitious blocks.” He reiterated that the government is striving to fulfill the dreams and aspirations of Malaviya Ji, Atal Ji, and every freedom fighter by focusing on governance. He said, “Governance means being service-oriented rather than power-centric. Governance happens when policies are made with clear intentions and empathy, and every capable person is granted full rights without any discrimination.”

“Principle of governance has become the identity of the present government” The Prime Minister further stated that the principle of governance has become the identity of the present government, where citizens do not need to wander from door to door for basic facilities. Instead, the government is committed to reaching out to beneficiaries at the doorstep for the distribution of benefits. Highlighting the impact of ‘Modi’s Guarantee’ on the Ayushman scheme, the Prime Minister stated that within just 40 days, information was provided to those who had missed out earlier, and millions of new Ayushman cards were distributed.

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