On 23-May-2017 In News
Prime Minister Narendra Modi will complete three years in office on May 26, 2017. In last three years, Modi government launched several initiatives which made an impact. The Clean India Mission and his famous radio talk show, 'Mann Ki Baat', where he addresses the nation every month on different issues, are some examples. As the BJP-led government completes three years of its functioning, the Bharatiya Janta Party has prepared a 20-day programme, which will begin from May 26. This 20-day programme is named as MODI, which stands for Making Of Developed India. Under MODI, a new program named 'Jann Ki Baat' will be featured, where PM Modi will take feedback from people on the impact of government's programmes, policies, and schemes. The Prime Minister and the BJP had launched similar initiatives before to gauge people's aspirations and expectations from the government. The government amended policies from time to time based on these reactions. This is another bid to achieve the same.
According to PTI, BJP has planned a 20-day celebration which will include a special program called 'Jann Ki Baat', where people can record and send their feedback on the functioning of the government. Jann Ki Baat will not be a regular feature, as it is confined to 20-day programme.Also, Chief Ministers of the BJP-ruled states will visit states ruled by their rival parties to reach out to people.
Uttar Pradesh Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath will travel to Bihar, whereas Madya Pradesh Chief Minister Shivraj Singh Chauhan will visit Karnataka and Odisha.
The BJP president Amit Shah will visit Andaman and Nicobar, Chhattisgarh and Arunachal Pradesh.
Union ministers Rajnath Singh, Sushma Swaraj, Arun Jaitley, Venkaiah Naidu and Nitin Gadkari will attend events in Mumbai and Jaipur, Delhi and Lucknow, Bengaluru and Ahmedabad, Bhubaneswar and Chhattisgarh, and Chennai and Ranchi respectively.
According to Irani, Making of Developed India (MODI) will engage youth on a large scale. They will be told about the government schemes and will be urged to download related apps on their mobile phones.