31-year-old said it was crucial for the shuttlers to get the government support.
The Indian pair defeated the Dutch top seeds to lift their first title since London Olympics 2012.
The former world number one took his second title in two weeks, after winning the U.S Open in New York.
This was Jwala and Ashwini’s first title since their reunion after the 2012 London Olympics.
Jwala and Ashwini will clash with the top seeded Dutch pair of Selena Piek and Eefje Muskens in the final.
Lee Chong Wei tested positive for dexamethasone at the world championships in August last year.
B Sai Praneeth, Ajay Jayaram, Gutta-Ponappa and Pradnya Gadre- N Sikki Reddy were among the players who qualified for next round.
Manu Attri and B Sumeeth Reddy, beat local pair of Adrian Liu and Derrick Ng 21-12 15-21 21-12.
The sports ministry has sanctioned a sum of 9 lakh rupees so that Saina Nehwal can hire a physio for herself.
Manu and Sumeeth blew a 6-2 lead in both the first and second game to eventually lose the match.
The Perak-born shuttler only returned to the court last month after he tested positive for dexamethasone.
Indian pair defeated fourth seeds Takeshi Kamura and Keigo Sonoda of Japan 21-17 21-17 in a 34-minute game.
In women’s singles, Saina Nehwal retained her World No. 2 position, while P V Sindhu held on to 14th place.
K Srikanth continued to be the best-placed Indian male shuttler at the third position.
The decider turned out to be a thriller as Kashyap broke away with a 15-10 lead only to fritter it away.