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Prime Minister Narendra Modi will on May 1 launch an ambitious Rs 8,000 crore scheme to provide 5 crore free LPG connections to BPL families using the money saved from 1.13 crore cooking gas users voluntarily giving up their subsidies.
Prime Minister Narendra Modi will on May 1 launch an ambitious Rs 8,000 crore scheme to provide 5 crore free LPG connections to BPL families using the money saved from 1.13 crore cooking gas users voluntarily giving up their subsidies.

Rebutting allegations that Prime Minister Narendra Modi had struck a deal with Italy on AgustaWestland case, the central government on Friday said the central
issue was corruption and any other effort to divert from it was “misleading”.

It also termed attempts to link NSA Ajit Doval and Principal Secretary to PM Nripendra Mishra to one of the accused as “totally baseless assertion and indicative of malicious intent”.

“Those who cannot see Prime Minister succeed even hint at him cutting a deal. Nothing could be farther from the truth.
Prime Minister Modi did not cut any deal of any sort,” the government said in a late night statement.

It added that a few have even sought to link one of the accused with Doval and Mishra. “This is a totally baseless
assertion, devoid of reason and logic, and indicative of malicious intent. In reality, there is no such connection,” it
said.