Several important reforms have already been enacted to realize this goal in the first year of Modi 2.0 Government. A massive cut in corporate taxes making India one of the most competitive economies in the world, big disinvestment announcements, Labour Code reforms, Public Sector Banks consolidation and continued success of the Insolvency and Bankruptcy Code are just some of the path-breaking reforms undertaken by the government since May 2019. Prime Minister Narendra Modi had been voted back to power with an enhanced mandate in the General Elections held in April-May 2019.

In order to deal with COVID-19 pandemic, State and Central Governments have initiated various steps, which include setting up of quarantine centers/camps, Isolation wards, sample collection centers and laboratories.

The Soil Health Card scheme launched by the Modi Government during the financial year 2014-15 with a view to address the decline of soil nutrients, has started reaping fruit. In the second phase of the scheme 11.69 crore Soil Health Cards have been distributed to farmers in the last two years. A study conducted by the National Productivity Council (NPC) says the application of Soil Health Card recommendations has led to a decline of 8-10% in use of chemical fertilizers and also raised productivity by 5-6%.

Report on alternative treatment technologies for wastewater treatment of drains in compliance to direction of Hon'ble NGT in the matter of OA No. 06/2012 titled Manoj Mishra vs Union of India & ORS. A meeting was convened on 27.01.2020 to consult experts including representatives from NEERI, TERI, Delhi University and other stakeholders.

The Hon’ble Supreme Court in its order of November 10, 2016 directed framing and submission of graded response action plan for various categories of National Air Quality Index (AQI).

Target based approach for implementation of EPR has been adopted in the E-Waste (Management) Rules, 2016.

In compliance of the Order of the Hon’ble NGT, Central Pollution Control Board constituted a Committee comprising officials from MoEF & CC, BIS, CIPET, IIT Delhi and Associated Cement Company (ACC) for framing guidelines for the purpose of proper and appropriate disposal of SMC/FRP plastic waste.

In January 2015, CSO introduced the new series of national accounts statistics with base year 2011-12, replacing the previous series with base year 2004-05.

Central Pollution Control Board (CPCB) has set up Real Time National Ambient Noise Monitoring Network in the year 2011 covering nine cities (Delhi, Lucknow, Chennai, Mumbai, Navi Mumbai, Thane, Kolkata, Hyderabad and Bangalore). Under section 2 (a) of Air (Prevention and Control of Pollution) Act, 1981 noise is defined as air pollutant.

The Government of NCT of Delhi had implemented odd-even scheme from 1st to 15th January, 2016 with the objective of reducing air pollution in Delhi. The odd-even scheme applied to four wheeler Passenger/Private Cars.