Prime Minister Narendra Modi called on all sides of the government to work in a synchronized manner and forced the bureaucracy to make quick decisions, promising that honest decisions would always be encouraged with good intentions.
Good governance should be a priority for stakeholders, he said in an interaction with a group of more than 70 additional secretaries and joint central government secretaries, according to a PMO statement.
Modi called on the agents to draw attention to the 100 most remote areas of India so that they can be brought to the national average level in various development parameters.
The prime minister said that the combination of development and good governance is essential to the well-being and satisfaction of citizens, said the statement on the interaction that took place on Wednesday night.
He emphasized the need for all the wings of government to work in harmony and synchronization to achieve the best possible results, he added. Underlining the importance of breaking the silos, he insisted on an effective internal communication between the different departments of the government.
Modi said all officers should keep poor and ordinary citizens in their minds making decisions, PMO said. The prime minister said it was a unique opportunity for officials to do everything possible for the benefit of the nation.
He stressed the need for speed and efficiency in decision-making and said honest decision-making with good intentions would always be encouraged by trade union government, the statement said.
During the interaction, stakeholders shared their experiences on issues such as digital and intelligent governance, administrative procedures and accountability, transparency, doubling of farmers’ incomes, skills development, Swachh Bharat, Consumer Rights, Environment and construction of New India in 2022, said the PMO.
The prime minister said the world is looking towards India with positive expectations. He said the whole world believed that a prosperous India is vital for a global balance.
There is also a strong trend towards excellence among ordinary citizens of India, he said, adding that resource-poor youth with very limited resources achieve the best positions in competitions and competitions. sports.
He asked the officers to work to promote this spontaneous resurgence of talent, remembering the spirit and energy they had possessed during the first three years of their service.