Prime Minister Modi is planning to boost the country’s middle class with the launch of a scheme called ‘Make In India’.
The initiative aims to create jobs for people like the poor and unemployed in the country by offering them a wide range of goods, services and services.
The scheme aims to help the poor, unemployed and the middle classes, among others, who are traditionally excluded from the economy.
Ahead of the launch, Prime Minister Nitin Gadkari said that the government will invest Rs 50,000 crore for the project, which will be launched on September 15.
The scheme, which is being launched on a budget of Rs 100,000, is part of the Narendra Modi government’s ambitious vision of creating jobs for the poor in the future.
The programme will provide the middle and lower classes of India with more than 50,00 jobs through employment of 1.5 million workers through direct and indirect employment and employment in construction, manufacturing, manufacturing and services industries.
The government will also provide more than 5 lakh jobs to the working poor through the Make in India programme.
The government has decided to set up a new employment programme for the working-poor population in a bid to make them more employable.
According to a press release, the programme will offer 1.6 lakh jobs, providing more than 4.6 million jobs in construction and manufacturing industries, 3.5 lakh jobs in manufacturing and service sectors and 2 lakh jobs for rural and semi-rural workers.
The scheme will also create employment opportunities for 2.3 lakh women, women at risk of poverty and children who cannot find employment through the existing employment programme.
“We are committed to creating employment opportunities and providing the most adequate opportunity for the people of India.
This initiative will create jobs, strengthen the middle-class and help the people in the poor classes,” Prime Minister Gadkar said.
“It will help them, by providing them the opportunity to get jobs, better their lot, to be able to take the first step in making a new life for themselves,” he added.
The project is expected to boost India’s middle-classes, which currently make up less than 5 per cent of the countrys population.
It is estimated that the country has a poverty rate of 12.6 per cent, a large proportion of which is among the working class.
The prime minister said the government would also focus on creating jobs in sectors where the middleclasses were under-represented.
“The new jobs will be provided to the middle workers in the industry, in the service sector, in construction in the urban and rural areas.
In other words, we are trying to build up the middle of the economy, to ensure that middle class is not excluded from jobs,” he said.
The prime minster said that this project would be a key part of his ambitious Vision 2030 programme, which was launched in March last year to create more jobs for India’s poor and disadvantaged.
Prime Minister Modi, who was on a visit to the United States, is expected on Monday to unveil the new Jobs for India programme in a visit that will be followed by a three-day visit to China.