Here's Modi's guidelines to ministers to improve governance
Prime Minister Narendra Modi has given guidelines to his ministers to improve governance.
New Delhi: Prime Minister Narendra Modi has given guidelines to his ministers to improve governance.
Here is what the guidelines are:
- Prepare a time-table for the first 100 days spelling out priorities.
- The main issue is good governance.
- Attention to efficiency in work and to delivery and implementation of programmes.
- Quick response to representations sent by states. State proposals should not be pending for long.
- Early resolution of issues raised by parliamentarians.
- Issues kept pending by the previous government should be implemented on priority basis.
- Cabinet ministers to take ministers of state into confidence and give them proper work.
- Union ministers to select their personal staff from the general pool.
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