Prime Minister Narendra Modi has launched PM Gatishakti National Master Plan to accelerate India’s infrastructure development. This plan has been launched for multi-modal connectivity. Describing it as a historic event for the country’s infrastructure scenario, the Prime Minister’s Office said that the Gatishakti project will end departmental problems. This will institutionalize the entire scheme for stakeholders in major infrastructure projects.
Centralized portal will be ready
Under this scheme, a centralized portal will be created, which will include all the existing and planned infrastructure programs of 16 central ministries and departments. Gatishakti plan is based on the six pillars of Comprehensiveness, Prioritization, Optimization, Synchronization and being Analytical and Dynamic.
government argues that infrastructure construction in India has been affected for decades for several reasons. But one of the major reasons is the lack of coordination between different departments. The master plan is expected to generate massive employment opportunities, cut logistics costs, improve supply chains and make local goods globally competitive.
Infra schemes of state governments will be included
Infra projects under Pradhan Mantri Gatishakti will be designed and completed from a common perspective and infra schemes of various ministries and state governments will be included in it. At the launch event, Commerce and Industry Minister Piyush Goyal said that this initiative will not only give a new direction to infra construction but will also give a new impetus to the existing projects.
Part of the Atmanirbhar Bharat Abhiyan,
The scheme is an important part of Prime Minister Modi’s ‘Self-reliant India’ campaign and ambitiously aims to give more power and momentum to projects under the $1.5 trillion national infrastructure pipeline and aim for a $5 trillion economy. necessary to give.