These 5 major problems can be overcome from Rahul’s scheme money

New Delhi: Prior to voting for Lok Sabha elections, Congress President Rahul Gandhi has played a major stake in wooing voters. Indeed, Rahul Gandhi has announced the “NYAY Scheme”, through which around 50 million families of the country will be given a guarantee of minimum income of Rs 72,000 each year. According to an estimate, Rs. 3.6 lakh crore will be spent on Rahul Gandhi’s plan. This amount is too big, this can solve a lot of big problems. Let us now tell you what this money can be done in India or what problems can be overcome.

If there were 3.6 lakh crores, farmers would get 30 thousand rupees

Modi government announced (Pradhanmantri Kisan Yojana) PM farm scheme in the interim budget. The amount of Rs. 75,000 crores have been approved in the budget for the PM farming scheme. Under this scheme, 12 crore small and marginal farmers of the country are being given 6 thousand rupees annually in 3 instalments. If compared to the estimated budget of PM farm scheme with Rahul Gandhi’s scheme of Rs 3.6 lakh crore, then it is five times more than the budget of the farmer’s scheme. In such a situation, it can be said that 12 crore farmers can get 30 thousand rupees annually compared to 6 thousand rupees.

If there were 3.6 lakh crores, then there is no need for loans from Japan

Before 2022, with the help of Japan, the country’s first bullet train will run between Mumbai and Ahmedabad. This train will cover the distance of 508 km in 3 hours. The total cost of the bullet train project is Rs 1.10 lakh crore. If compared to Rahul Gandhi’s scheme’s estimated budget of Rs 3.6 lakh crores, this amount can extend the bullet train project to about 3 lines of distance of 500 kms. At the same time, the Indian government will not even need to borrow from Japan. Let us tell you that a loan of 88 thousand crore rupees has been taken. This loan is at a rate of 0.1%, which will have to be repaid in 50 years.

If there were 3.6 lakh crores, then RBI-government dispute ends

Over the past year, the dispute between the Reserve Bank of India and the Indian government has given a lot of headlines. A reason for this entire dispute was given to the amount of Rs 3.6 lakh crore. In fact, in the media report it was claimed that the government is demanding Rs 3.6 lakh crore fund and the RBI is not in favor of giving. The estimated budget of Rahul Gandhi’s scheme is also Rs 3.6 lakh crore.

If there were 3.6 lakh crores, then the paramilitary forces receive old pension

Over the past several years, demand for pension for paramilitary forces across the country is under the old pension scheme. On this, organizations from paramilitary forces across the country are performing from time to time. If compared to the budget of Rahul Gandhi’s nyay scheme, then the old pension scheme for the country’s paramilitary forces can be implemented. Explain that during the year 2017-18, a total of Rs. 1,56,641.29 crore has been spent on providing pension. Apart from this, the budget of one rank, one pension (OROP) scheme for the retired army with the help of the scheme of Rahul Gandhi can be increased as the government has so far retired soldiers 35 thousand crore rupees have been given.

If there were 3.6 lakh crore, then the defence budget become double

In the situation of tensions with Pakistan and China, India is currently spending Rs 3 lakh crore on defence sector. If the budget of Rahul Gandhi’s nyay scheme is allocated then the defence sector budget could be doubled. With this, India will become stronger in the defence sector. Let us state that the amount spent on the defence budget from the countries of the world is 36 per cent in the United States while China is 13 per cent.