Prime Minister Narendra Modi has given a call to the Start Up entrepreneurs to launch a new campaign called Clean Cooking to have a smokeless country. He said in millions of houses in the country women continue to inhale smoke and suffer. To eradicate this system the Start Up entrepreneurs must find a solar powered stove that can have a smokeless country. He was addressing the large number of women who had assembled at the Sourdarya Lahari Mahasamarpane program on Sunday, organised by the Vedantha Bharathi, reported Kannada Prabha.
It was a clear mandate to win the women voters. He gave a call to the new entrepreneurs to find new methods of cooking by utilising solar power. The cooking should be quick and also environment friendly. With this we can leave a good earth to the next generation, he said.
Solar Parks are being set up all over the country. Setting up solar power panels at government and private buildings is being encouraged. Long term loans are also provided for this purpose. Modi said natural resources will be future India’s fuel. India is planning to produce 175 Giga Watt renewable energy by 2022. Dependency on petrol and diesel will be reduced in future. There is a potential to produce 300 Giga Watt power in future from coal, water, wind and solar, he said.
Every project by the Central Government is aimed at environment protection. By 2030 it is envisaged to produce 40 percent energy from renewable sources. In the past 3 years over 22,000 Mega Watt renewable energy has been produced. In the past 35 years the various governments had spent Rs 4000 crores for renewable energy but in mere3 years NDA government spent Rs 12,000 crores on renewable energy, he declared.
Meanwhile both at Ujire and at Bengaluru the Prime Minister started his speech in Kannada invoking tremendous applause from people. In Ujire he offered his greetings to the women in Kannada and in Bengaluru he conveyed his greetings to both the crowd and Sri Shanakra Bharathi Swami in Kannada.
The PM participated in 5 programs in one day filling up spirit in State BJP leaders. He also predicted that the next election will be won by the BJP. He addressed the BJP workers at the HAL airport and said Karnataka is backward and is desperate for progress and the people are eagerly waiting for elections. Like the rest of the country Karnataka is also eager to join the development journey and with the BJP the next elections the people of Karnataka need not wait for long to walk the path of progress he said.