PM wants to end 'termite' of corruption from India

 Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Saturday vowed to drive out the “termite” of corruption from India’s public life by injecting hard medicines which could have some side-effects. In this context, he made a special reference to ridding the country of the menace of black money.

In his 90-minute Independence Day speech from the ramparts of Red Fort, Modi explained how his government’s initiatives have resulted in removing corruption from different aspects of governance, making refence to auction of coal, spectrum and FM radio licences. He also mentioned the PAHAL scheme for direct transfer of cooking gas subsidy, which has resulted in savings of Rs 15,000 crore to the exchequer.

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