10 Key Points PM Narendra Modi Said At The Launch Of Ujjwala 2.0: Details Inside

10 Key Points PM Narendra Modi Said At The Launch Of Ujjwala 2.0: Details Inside
10 Key Points PM Narendra Modi Said At The Launch Of Ujjwala 2.0: Details Inside

NEW DELHI: The Prime Minister, Narendra Modi launched Ujjwala 2.0 – Pradhan Mantri Ujjwala Yojana – PMUY by handing over LPG connections, at Mahoba Uttar Pradesh on Tuesday via video conferencing. During the event, the Prime Minister interacted with beneficiaries of the Ujjwala.

Addressing the event, the Prime Minister said he was delighted to address the sisters of UP ahead of Raksha Bandhan.  Meanwhile, addressing a gathering at the launch of the Ujjwala 2.0 (PMUY, 2021) scheme at Mahoba district, Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath on Tuesday said 1.5 crore families in the state benefitted from the first phase of Pradhan Mantri Ujjwala Yojana.



  • Number of people, especially women whose lives have been illuminated by the Ujjwala Yojana is unprecedented. This scheme was launched in 2016 from Ballia in UP, from the land of Mangal Pandey, the pioneer of the freedom struggle. The second edition of Ujjwala is also launched from UP’s Veerbhoomi – Mahoba.


  • PM Modi remembered another son of the soil of Bundelkhand, Major Dhyan Chand or Dadda Dhyan Chand. The name of the country’s highest sports award is now named as Major Dhyan Chand Khel Ratna Award. This will inspire lakhs of people who want to pursue sports.


  • The Prime Minister lamented that the countrymen had to wait for decades for getting many basic amenities such as Housing, Electricity, Water, Toilet, Gas, Roads, Hospital and School. Many of such things could have been addressed decades ago.


  • Our daughters will be able to come out of the house and kitchen and contribute extensively in nation-building only when the problems related to house and kitchen are solved first. Therefore, in the last 6-7 years the Government has worked to get solutions to various issues on a mission mode.



  • He listed many such interventions like crores of toilets being built across the country under Swachh Bharat Mission; more than 2 crore houses for poor families, mostly, in the names of women; rural roads; 3 crore families got electricity connection; Ayushman Bharat is giving 50 crore people cover for upto 5 lakh rupees worth of medical treatment; direct money transfer for vaccination and nutrition during pregnancy under MatruVandana Yojana; 30 thousand crore rupees were deposited by the government in the Jan Dhan Account of women during Corona period;


  • Ujjawala Yojana has led to manifold expansion of LPG gas infrastructure. During the last 6-7 years more than 11 thousand LPG distribution centres have been opened. In UP the number of these centres increased to 4 thousand from 2 thousand in 2014. The Prime Minister said that we are very near the cent percent gas coverage as during the last 7 years more gas connections have been given tha were there in 2014.

  • Many from all over UP and other states including Bundelkhand, migrated from village to city or to other states for work. There they face the problem of address proof. Ujjwala 2.0 scheme will give maximum benefit to lakhs of such families. Now these workers from other places need not run from pillar to post for address proof. The government has full faith in the honesty of the migrant workers. All one has to do is give a self-declaration of the address for getting a gas connection.


  • Efforts are on to provide gas through pipes at a much larger scale. He said PNG is much cheaper than cylinder and work is on to provide PNG in many districts of eastern India including in UP. In the first phase, a target has been to connect 12 lakh households in more than 50 districts of



  • Biofuel is not just a clean fuel, rather it is also a medium to accelerate the engine of self-reliance in fuel, the engine of development of the country and the engine of development of the village. Biofuel is such an energy that we can get from household and farm waste, from plants, from spoiled grains. We are very near to our goal of 10 per cent blending in the last 6-7 years and we are moving towards 20 per cent blending in next 4-5 years. In Uttar Pradesh, during the last year, 7 thousand crore worth of ethanol was purchased. Many ethanol and biofuel related units were established in the state. Process for establishing units for making compressed biogas from sugarcane waste, CBG plants is going on in 70 districts of the state. Plants are coming up in Budaun and Gorakhpur for making biofuel from ‘parali’.


  • The country is moving towards fulfilling the dream of a better life, from the fulfillment of basic amenities. We have to increase this potential manifold in the coming 25 years. Together we have to prove this resolve of a capable India. Sisters are going to have a special role in this.
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