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PM Modi plans the work of the new government in the Council of Ministers meeting – India TV Hindi

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Prime Minister Narendra Modi in the Council of Ministers meeting

Prime Minister Narendra Modi has presided over the meeting of the Council of Ministers today. In this meeting, a vision paper for “Developed India: 2047” and a detailed action plan for the next 5 years were discussed. Government sources said that in the meeting, the immediate implementation of the 100-day agenda for steps to be taken after the formation of the new government in May was discussed. He said the ‘Roadmap’ for a ‘developed India’ is the result of more than two years of intensive preparation.

Last meeting of this government

Sources also said the meeting involved a “whole of government” approach, taking into account extensive consultations with all ministries and state governments, academicians, industry organisations, civil society organisations, scientific organizations and suggestions from the youth. In this regard, an official said, “More than 2,700 meetings, workshops and seminars were organized at various levels. Suggestions were received from more than 20 lakh youth.” This meeting is probably the last such meeting before the Election Commission announces the dates of Lok Sabha elections.

This will be the plan of Modi’s next government

Sources said the roadmap for a “developed India” is a comprehensive blueprint with a clearly expressed national vision, aspirations, goals and actions. He said its goals include areas like economic growth, Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs), ease of living, ease of doing business, infrastructure and social welfare. Many ministries expressed their views in the meeting.

This meeting is very important before the elections

Not only this, in this meeting Prime Minister Modi also talked about the successes of his government in the last 10 years. The Prime Minister has been holding meetings of the Council of Ministers from time to time to discuss key issues related to policy and governance, but Sunday’s meeting is important in view of the Lok Sabha elections to be held in April-May. The Election Commission is likely to announce the Lok Sabha election dates in a few weeks.

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