Modi’s government redefined independence with good governance and implemented all-inclusive development: Amit Shah


New Delhi, December 25: Emphasizing aspects of good governance, Union Home Minister Amit Shah said on Saturday that the government of Prime Minister Narendra Modi had redefined independence through good governance and brought development inclusive on the ground.

Addressing the Good Governance Day program in Delhi, Shah said, “The last 21 governments have made decisions with their vote banks in mind. Narendra Modi’s government has never made decisions that ‘look’ good for the good for the people. “” When Prime Minister Modi’s government came to power in 2014, people saw that the government was not not come just to function but to transform the country. ‘Swaraj to mil gaya par suraaj kabhi nahi mila’ (gained independence but there was no good governance). Over the past 70 years, the country’s democratic system had lost its credibility. Narendra Modi did the job of redefining Swaraj with suraaj. He brought suraaj (good governance on the ground, “he said.

Shah said that during the seven years of the Modi government, there has been development in all sectors including agriculture, industry, rural and urban areas. “The borders have been secured and we have also established good relations with the whole world. Good governance means inclusive development and Modi ji understood that,” he said.

The Union Minister of the Interior mentioned the “seven expectations of the population in terms of good governance” and declared that it was the joint responsibility of all those elected at the Panchayat level, public representatives or members of the bureaucracy to fulfill these seven requirements.

He said that one of the seven people’s expectations of good governance is that “the development model must be universal and comprehensive”.

“There should not be any part of the country where development is not taking place and there should be no person in society who is not included in the development model. This is the expectation of the people. government on good governance, ”Shah said.

In view of the second expectation, Shah said that people wanted “the complete eradication of corruption”. “Sincere efforts to solve basic problems, sensitivity and responsibility, innovation and permanence are the other expectations that people expect from good governance,” said the minister.

“And all of these efforts should be such that people trust the government and the government trusts the people,” Shah said, adding that “these seven expectations are expected by the people from us (government).”

He clarified that “we” meant all those among those elected to the Panchayat level, public officials or people in the bureaucracy who serve people of different modes. “It is everyone’s responsibility to fulfill these seven requirements.”

Home Secretary praised Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s decision to celebrate “Good Governance Week” during “Azadi Ka Amrut Mahotsav” year, saying it helped achieve good governance in villages far from the national capital.

Noting Prime Minister Modi’s initiative to celebrate “Good Governance Week”, Shah said that “good governance has been presented by the village Patwari to the secretary of the ministry, which is a great achievement as thousands complaints have been dealt with and several suggestions have been received which will be beneficial for the establishment of good governance in the future. ”ANI

Modi’s governance model trusts young people: Dr Jitendra

Union Minister Dr Jitendra Singh said that shortly after Narendar Modi took office as Prime Minister in 2014, one of the first decisions he made was to end the practice of obtaining certificates or documents attested by an official officer. He was speaking at an event Saturday in Delhi on the occasion of “Good Governance Day”.

He said it was not just a governance reform, but also sent a message to every nook and cranny of the country that the government led by Modi has the capacity to trust young people. from this country and was ready to take them away after gaining their respect and trust. Likewise, he said, the abolition of the interview had provided a level playing field for all job applicants.

Dr Jitendra Singh also informed that starting next year there will be a Common Eligibility Test (CET) for all government jobs. This, he said, will be a game-changer, as many young people from the lower economic strata as well as aspiring women have found it unaffordable and impractical to make themselves available for entry tests for jobs. in different departments of different centers. This combined test, he said, will have at least one examination center in each of India’s more than 750 districts.


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