The schemes and Yojanas launched by the central government is nothing less than sensational.

From Pradhan Mantri Jan Dhan Yojanas to Aayushman Bharat, Indians have numerous opportunities to avail benefits from the government. But, many times, the schemes seldom reach the people. The narrative of the opposition subdues the policy changes made by the central government.

Ayushman Bharat Yojana or Pradhan Mantri Jan Arogya Yojana (PM JAY) or National Health Protection Scheme or Modicare is a central government masterstroke launched in 2018, under the Ayushman Bharat Mission of MoHFW for a New India -2022. The Yojana focuses on securing interventions in primary, secondary and tertiary care systems, covering both preventive and promotive health, to address healthcare holistically.

Aayushman Bharat assures free health care. But, if the person in need has no idea about it, he would never benefit from this scheme. Outreach was the problem with Atal Bihari Vajpayee government as well.

The good work and schemes by Vajpayee government are now being cherished after his death, but back then, the narrative was very volatile and all the policies were lost in the shuffle.

However, there are few people, that I found out, who have been selflessly working on changing the narrative in present times.

Nation with NAMO is a platform which regularly posts and shares updates with regards to the policies by the Central Government. They focus on the perks of different Yojanas and their reach is nothing less than spectacular.

Platforms like Bharat Positive, Phir Ek Baar Modi Sarkar, The Placard Guy, and NRI4BJP have been instrumental in bringing policies and arrangements by Modi lead government to the local public.

Individuals like Dr. Vishnu Vardhan, Shefali Vaidya, and Vivek Agnihotri are someone I personally admire. They have been regularly sharing updates of the policies from Central Government.

This is needed. Changing the narrative of Indian elections in order to bring forward the actual work done by the government could not only make discussions healthy, but it could also potentially change the ways elections are fought.