On Wednesday, Prime Minister Narendra Modi at the first council ministers’ meet had issued a list of ‘Do’ and ‘Don’t’. Asked them to be regular, punctual, and avoid working from home asserted PM Modi.
The Prime Minister further asked senior ministers to guide first-timers and assign work of state ministers as well. Senior Cabinet Ministers must share their files with juniors to improve productivity, he asked.
They are also advised to fix a day to meet with party workers and meet lawmakers on regular basis, added sources. PM Modi urged them to agree to meet with lawmakers, whenever they asked for an appointment.
He was quoted saying, “They were told work should be done in office, not at home.”
Prime Minister Narendra Modi usually starts his day very early and work for long hours, asked ministers to reach office on time and spend hours discussing the latest developments in the Ministry with officials.
He started a consecutive second term in office last month, after being re-elected with a clear majority.
While addressing ministers, PM Modi asserted to ensure efficiency, asked them to sit with their respective juniors to clear proposals.
He further discussed about 5-years agenda for every Ministry and mainly stressed on an effective decision to be taken in the first 100-days of the newly-formed government.
Three ministers also gave few presentations at the meeting are- Railways Minister Piyush Goyal, Finance Minister Nirmala Sitharaman, and Agriculture Minister Narendra Singh Tomar.
Earlier, Narendra Singh Tomar was a parliamentary affairs minister, reportedly spoke on optimal utilisation of the Parliament session starting coming Monday.
Ms. Sitharaman invited inputs for Union Budget to be presented on July 5, added sources that Mr. Goyal made a presentation on 5-years vision document for each Union Ministry.
Ahead of full Council of Ministers met, at a Cabinet Meeting 10 bills along with a proposed law to ban instant “Triple Talaq” were cleared.