PM to advise BJP CMs on better governance

PM to advise BJP CMs on better governance

Prime Minister Narendra Modi is set to ask  BJP chief ministers and deputy chief ministers of 13 party ruled states on Sunday to focus on better delivery mechanism in key areas of governance.

As his government completes three years in office, Modi is keen that the BJP-ruled states accelerate various development plans on the ground.  A similar exercise was held last August.

On his part, BJP chief Amit Shah is likely to sound out those chief ministers whose performance record is not seen as ‘visible enough’ for the rank and file and the general public.

Acting on directive from Modi, Shah is keen that the BJP keeps up the momentum that it gained after the stunning victories in Uttar Pradesh and Uttarakhand Assembly polls so that there is groundswell of support.

Modi and Shah will be discussing with the CMs and deputy CMs key issues including ‘good governance’ and implementation of the Centre's pro-poor schemes.
 

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