Kumar Gaurav, New Delhi: Prime Minister Narendra Modi had a meeting of the Union Council of Ministers last evening. According to sources, a total of 5 presentations were given by senior officers in this meeting which lasted for four hours. In the meeting, Prime Minister Narendra Modi instructed the ministers that running the government is a collective responsibility and the ministers should not be confined to their ministry only, but should also participate actively in running the governance and ensure their participation.
During the meeting, the Prime Minister asked all the ministers to keep comprehensive information about the issues related to the government apart from their ministry. According to sources, ministers have been instructed to keep information about all the issues of the government apart from their ministry by meeting once in 6 weeks. Will come
During the meeting, Prime Minister Modi has also instructed the ministers that all the ministers should ensure 100% utilization of the budget given to the ministry. Rapid steps should be taken to identify the laws and abolish them at the earliest.
During the discussion, the PM has asked to take swift steps to take the effect and benefits of government schemes to the common people i.e. on the ground. So that its effect is visible on the ground fast and is visible in an effective way.
In yesterday’s council of ministers meeting, in line with the reform agenda of the government, senior officials made 5 presentations. In which a detailed presentation was given about autonomous bodies. Apart from this, there was also a discussion regarding the removal of petty crimes from the category of crime.
The government’s plan to build 75 ‘Amrit Sarovar’ in each district was also discussed in detail. The Amrit Sarovar initiative is a part of the government’s water conservation measures. Under this programme, to celebrate the 75th year of independence of the country, 75
Water bodies are to be developed and rejuvenated.
What is being done in the meeting on the budget announcements of 2022-23. How to speed it up? This was also discussed.
Mainly, the Prime Minister’s emphasis was on making the benefits of the government’s schemes reach the common man faster. Apart from this, the impediment of development due to unnecessary laws was also discussed seriously by the Prime Minister with the Council of Ministers and directed to take swift steps towards eliminating them soon.
first published:April 28, 2022, 5:04 a.m.