Today the Prime Minister will launch the Gati Shakti National Master Plan | Prime Minister will launch Gati Shakti National Master Plan today – Bhaskar

Digital Desk.New Delhi. Prime Minister Narendra Modi will launch the Pradhan Mantri Gati Shakti National Master Plan on Wednesday. It will be a new digital platform linking around 16 ministries together. The central government has urged all the states of the country to be involved in this scheme, which will help in the implementation of infrastructure projects in the country simultaneously. At the same time, it will also help in sharing the data of the platform for a better future together. At the same time, along with increasing the efficiency of the industries, local manufacturers will be encouraged in a way, competition will increase among them. The objective of this scheme to the central government is to promote coordinated implementation of infrastructure connectivity projects with integrated planning.

Who has developed this scheme
The Institute of Geo-informatics developed this common coordination platform. It has been developed jointly by Bhaskaracharya National Institute of Space Applications and Geo-informatics under the Ministry of Information Technology. The Department for Promotion of Industry and Internal Trade will be the nodal ministry for monitoring, controlling and implementing all the projects. A National Planning Group will meet regularly to take stock of the projects. A Cabinet Secretary level group will be constituted to approve any changes in the master plan to meet any new requirements.

Will help to develop new possibilities of development
Gati Shakti Yojana is a National Infrastructure Master Plan for the country, a new step in laying the infrastructure foundation for holistic development. At present there is no coordination between the modes of transport in our country. Gati Shakti National Master Plan will help in removing all these hurdles. In this new digital platform, projects of 16 ministries and departments have been put into GIS mode, which are targeted to be completed by 2024-25.


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