Ever since coming to power, Modi Government has been announcing many ambitious projects, day after
day, in nearly every possible sector, right from economics to housing to space. Yamuna Expressway, GIFT
city, Banihal-Qazigund tunnel (India’s longest railway tunnel), and more!
However, there are few projects, even though big in hope and budget, have rarely made it to the news
mainstream. Here are 3 of them:
Neemuch Solar Power Plant in Madhya Pradesh
It aspires to be the largest solar power plant in Asia if completed successfully, spanning on an 800-acre
site. It is a 151 (DC)-Megawatt solar photovoltaic power project that can provide electricity to as many
as 6.25 lakh homes in MP.
Interceptor Sewage System
This Rs 1,357 crore project promises to clean Yamuna. It is undertaken by Delhi Jal Board. The solution
sounds simple, implementing three interceptor sewage systems on the major drains (Supplementary,
Shahadra, and Najafgarh). The sewage water would be diverted to the treatment plans where it would
be cleaned. This would make the water usable for various other purposes, including horticulture.
Narmada Canal Solar Project
This is one of a kind 10 MW solar project, expected to save 2 billion litres of water annually by
preventing them from evaporation. It is located at Chandrasan village near Mehsana, Gujarat, which is
designed to provide 1.6 million units of electricity per year.
There are few other projects that are just as grand, but less in public view, like Avatar RLV developed by
ISRO, Delhi-Mumbai Industrial Corridor, and India-based Neutrino Observatory.
Rundown of Important Schemes propelled by the Modi Government
Equitably chose government is accepted to be devoted to the government assistance of the individuals. Remembering the government assistance of all areas of the general public the Modi government has made numerous new plans. For instance; The Atal Pension Scheme, Ujjwala Scheme, Gramodaya, Bharat Uday and Setu Bharti Yojana and so forth.