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The BIG numbers Modi is proud of

Last updated on: August 15, 2015 10:27 IST

In an over an hour-and-a-half speech, Prime Minister Narendra Modi outlined his 15-month-old government's performance and his vision for the nation in the years to come.

Here are some of big numbers he showcased to enumerate his government's performance so far:

 

6500
Crore Rupees of undeclared money disclosed during the black money compliance window.
20
Lakh people have given up LPG subsidy.
300000
Crore Rupees is the amount the national exchequer will get out of coal block auctions.
6000
Crore would be spent on a special scheme for miners.
425000
Number of toilets built in schools nationwide in one year.
20000
Crores deposited in Jan Dhan bank accounts.
18500
Villages in which Modi Sarkaar aspires to provide electricity in the next 1,000 days.
17
Crore people have opened accounts under Jan Dhan Yojna.
15
Months since, Modi claimed, a single case of corruption had been levelled against his government.

 

 

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