Prime Minister Narendra Modi will later this month ask the country’s top officials for an update on all the decisions taken over the last two years to push public projects.
The review of decisions taken at Pragati meetings comes as the Modi government, which recently completed three years in office, is under fire from the Opposition over “falling growth and rising unemployment”.
“We have got a mail from the prime minister’s office that the PM will review the decisions taken at the previous 17 Pragati meetings to see how many of them have been implemented,” a secretary with one of the infrastructure ministries said on Tuesday. Read more…
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