PM Narendra Modi launched the Aspirational block Programme and underscored the success achieved in various districts in the country under the Aspiration District Programme. The Aspirational district model should now be taken up to the block level in the Aspirational Block Programme form and asked officials to implement the Aspirational Block Programme in their respective states.
Addressing the 2nd national conference of state chief secretaries on its 3rd and last day. PM stated that To build a developed India, the country is focusing on 4 pillars infrastructure, innovation, investment, and inclusion to be a developed country. He added that the entire world put its faith in India, and we are being looked up to as a country that brings stability to the supply chain globally.
PM addressing the 2nd national conference of state chief secretaries on its 3rd and last day
The nation can take full advantage of this only if states take the lead by maintaining focus on quality & making decisions with an India-first approach. All the states should focus on pro-development governance, ease of living, ease of doing business, and provision of robust infrastructure. PM Modi also called upon the chief secretaries to focus on ending outdated laws and rules, and mindless compliances. PM also urged the Niti Aayog to encourage healthy competition between the states and the creation of action plans from the observations made at the conference. At a time when India is initiating unparalleled reforms, there is no scope for mindless restrictions and over-regulation. We should move towards self-certification, deemed approvals and standardisation of forms, he tweeted. The PM also spoke about the development of both social and physical infrastructure along with a focus on the improvement of cybersecurity and discussed the PM GatiShakti NMP.
The entire world is looked up to as a country that brings stability to the supply chain globally
The eyes of the world are on India and combined with the rich talent pool of our youth, the coming years belong to India. Strengthening our Micro, small and medium enterprises (MSME) sector is important for the country to become self-reliant to boost our economic growth and is equally important to popularise local products. PM Modi also discussed the significance of 2023 as the international year of millets and steps to enhance the popularity of their products. Over the last 2 days, witness extensive discussions at the chief secretaries conference in Delhi. The remarks, today, emphasised a wide range of subjects which can further improve the lives of people and strengthen the development trajectory of India.