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Jun 27, 2018
10:55AM

PM Modi says govt's social security schemes empowering masses especially economically backward sections

Prime Minister Narendra Modi today said the social security schemes of the Government help common man cope with the uncertainties of life. Mr Modi was interacting with the beneficiaries of the various social security schemes of the government through video conferencing.

Prime Minister said, the Government is emphasizing on three aspects, which are opening the doors of the banks to the poor, access to capital for small business and budding entrepreneurs and a social security cover for the poor and vulnerable. Mr Modi said, he is happy that today, he is interacting with brave citizens, who faced adversities and emerged stronger.
Prime Minister also said he is happy that now more women have bank accounts and it is important for women to be in the financial mainstream.

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