Are decisions taken by Cabinet being implemented, PM Modi wants to know
Prime Minister Narendra Modi took an over three-and-a-half-hour-long meeting of the council of ministers -- first after the recent cabinet reshuffle -- in New Delhi on Friday.india Updated: Aug 27, 2016 01:06 IST
Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Friday sought to know whether the decisions taken by the Union cabinet have actually been implemented in the manner in which they were intended to be.
In the over three-and-a-half-hour-long meeting of the council of ministers -- first after the recent cabinet reshuffle -- top government officials made a detailed presentation on the actual impact of the decisions taken by the cabinet.
Modi also sought to know whether the decisions have been implemented on the ground the way they were intended to be. Among others who made the presentation included cabinet secretary P K Sinha.
A presentation was also made on the Tiranga Yatra taken out on the occasion to mark the 70 years of independence. Details were given out on the number of ministers who took out the yatra and the participation of people.
With India getting only two medals in the Rio Olympics, Modi also announced the decision to set up a Task Force to prepare a comprehensive action plan for effective participation in the next three Olympics.
The focus of Friday’s meeting was to review the eight themes finalised by a committee of secretaries in last December, based on which the departmental action plans were readied. These included transparency, good governance, accountability, extensive use of technology, healthcare and development of agriculture.