Don’t Take Election Period As Vacation, Modi Tells Party: Claims Report

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Don’t Take Election Period As Vacation, Modi Tells Party: Claims Report

| Updated: March 4, 2024 17:15

The Union Council of Ministers seem gung-ho about the chances of the ruling alliance enjoying a third consecutive term. Their confidence could be gauged by the 100-day action plan discussed on Sunday and likely to be presented by the new government after the polls.

According to reports, the meeting, chaired by Prime Minister Narendra Modi, saw presentations by secretaries on a vision document for Viksit Bharat 2047. Additionally, they outlined a detailed action plan for the next five years.

Zero poverty, skills for youth, and 100% saturation of welfare schemes were the core issues discussed in the meeting held at a time when the Election Commission of India is expected to announce the schedule for the Lok Sabha elections.

The roadmap, it has emerged, is a blueprint with a national vision, aspirations, goals and action points.

Economic growth, sustainable development goals (SDGs), ease of doing business, ease of living, social welfare and infrastructure were the goals discussed.

The Prime Minister reportedly told the officers to stress government projects and schemes and be lax during the election period. The Indian Express has reported that PM Modi has cautioned not to treat the election period as a vacation, especially when the BJP will immerse itself in the electoral processes.

“Don’t think you are on holiday, get down to work. When it comes back after the elections, the government will work with new vigour and zeal,” he reportedly said.

The PM himself is not in a leisurely mood – according to the IE report, he has already been touring states and is scheduled to visit Telangana, Tamil Nadu, Odisha, West Bengal and Bihar between March 4 and 6.

“The roadmap for Viksit Bharat is a result of more than two years of intensive preparation. It involved a whole-of-government approach involving all ministries and wide-ranging consultations with state governments, academia, industry bodies, civil society, scientific organisations and mobilisation of youth for seeking their ideas, suggestions and inputs. More than 2700 meetings, workshops and seminars were held at various levels. Suggestions of more than 20 lakh youth were received,” sources were quoted as saying by The Indian Express.

Last week, the BJP announced its first list of candidates for 195 seats across states and Union Territories.

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