Sherpur (Madhya Pradesh): Prime Minister Narendra Modi today formally unveiled the Pradhan Mantri Fasal Bima Yojana at a huge farmers’ rally here.
The prime Minister described the exclusive crop insurance scheme for farmers that would protect them from recurring losses due to crop failure. The prime Minister especially chose this occasion to jab the political opponents on the issue of farmers’ welfare.
“The former Atal Behari Vajpayee government had launched a crop insurance scheme. After the Congress led United Progressive Alliance Government came to power many amendments were brought to this scheme and this led to compromising the interests of the farmers, the PM added.
The success of today’s rally is being seen as a feather in the cap of Chief Minister Shivraj Singh Chouhan who obviously is emboldened by ruling BJP’s victory in the Maihar Assembly by election earlier this week
Indigo with a market share of 27.26 per cent and Jet Airways with a market share of 14.32 per cent, are ahead of Air India, which commanded 12.23 per cent of the market share of scheduled domestic airlines in January 2016
During January 2016, a total of 823 passenger related complaints had been
received by the scheduled domestic airlines–the maximum by Air India in the domestic sector. The number of complaints per 10,000 passengers carried for the month of January 2016 has been 1.1.
The airline-wise details are as follows:
Comparison of passenger load factors of various scheduled domestic airlines in Jan 2016 shows that in the case of Air India it went up from 81.7 per cent in December 2015 to 86.7 per cent in January 2016 whereas spicejet maintained a PLF of 92.1 per cent in December 2015 as well as January this year. In the same period the PLF of Jet was 82.5 and 83.8 while the PLF of Go Air was 84.9 and 86.5 in the same period.
Vistara, which received the least number of passenger complaints in January also tops the chart when it comes to on time performance (OTP) at four metro airports in the country
On-Time Performance (OTP) of scheduled domestic airlines has been computed
for four metro airports viz. Bangalore, Delhi, Hyderabad and Mumbai. Airline-wise OTP
at four metro airports for the month of January 2016 is as follows:
Due to extreme professionalism, the scheduled airlines in the domestic sector together carried most of the domestic passengers in January this year. In terms of total domestic passengers carried by the scheduled airlines, the percentage share of Air India is 16 per cent while that of the private carriers, it is 84 per cent.
If one takes into consideration the month-wise seat factor (passenger load factor in percentage) of scheduled airlines operating the domestic sector in India for January 2016, Spice Jet is on top with 92.1 per cent followed by Go Air, 84.9, Indigo 84.7, Air Costa, 84, Air Pagasus, 83.8, True Jet 83.4, Jet Airways and Jet Lite 82.5, Air Asia 81.9, and at the bottom are Air India with 81.7 per cent and Vistara with 74.8 per cent.
Indigo with a market share of 27.26 per cent and Jet Airways with a market share of 14.32 per cent, are ahead of Air India, which commanded just 12.23 per cent of the market share of scheduled domestic airlines in January 2016
Passengers carried by domestic airlines during Jan 2016 were 76.55 lakhs as
against 62.45 lakhs during the corresponding period of previous year thereby registering a growth of 22.58%
Bhopal: Prime Minister Narendra Modi, who arrived here this morning along with Foreign Minister Sushma Swaraj, was receivd at the airport by Madhya Prasesh chief Minister Shivraj Singh Chouhan and Governor Ramnaresh Yadav.
After there ceremonial welcome by State ministers and other dignitoriers, the Prime Minister and the State chief minister left by helicopter for Sherpur in nehgbouring Sehore district. After addressing a farmer’s rally at Sherpur, the PM will return to New Delhi later in the afternoon
Mumbai: Madhya Pradesh Chief Minister Shivraj Singh Chouhan has said that country’s integrated development is possible only through all-round development of states.
The Chief Minister was addressing the special “Make in India” event during Madhya Pradesh government’s presentation in Mumbai on 17 February 2016.
The Chief Minister said that Madhya Pradesh has been developed as an ideal state for investment. The state is not only an island of peace, but has also 24X7 power supply, adequate water for industries and progressive policies to attract investment in industries like textiles, defence manufacturing and food processing. The Chief Minister said besides being an agrarian state, Madhya Pradesh has also got trained labourer force, and manpower with technical education. The state also boasts of simple and investment-friendly labour laws, he said adding unnecessary inspections of factories have been abolished.
The Chief Minister invited those present to attend the Simhastha festival in Ujjain from 22 April 22 to 21 May this year. He said that Madhya Pradesh has shrugged off the BIMARU (sick) tag (till now associated with Bihar, Madhya Pradesh, Rajasthan and Uttar Pradesh) and is now counted among the leading states. Three cities in Madhya Pradesg have been included in the national Smart City Project. Not only industries, the state has also taken big strides in the tourism sector. Recently, a hugely attractive tourist destination has been developed at Hanuwantiya in Khandwa district, the chief minister said and urged investors to visit the state to enjoy its various tourist destinations even if they do not invest in the state.
Commerce and Industries Minister Yashodhara Raje Scindia enumerated 4 landmark features contributing immensely in putting the State on a fast track of industrial development. These include leadership, location, labour and land bank. She said that the state has witnessed growth beyond imagination under the able leadership of Chief Minister Chouhan. She went on to give the assurance to the captains of industry that investment in the state is both reliable and safe.