This 20th and 21st April marked the 11th Civil Services Day, and on this day, the PM also addressed his official administration. During the meeting, PM Narendra Modi happened to emphasize on a point which makes the foundation of his entire regime to move mobile.
This is what happened yesterday:
Our Prime Minister happened to make an observation during one of his meetings. And, he thought of a major decision after watching officials being busy on their smartphones instead of focusing on the discussions made.
PM highlighted the point that the social media is not meant for your instant gratification but a platform enabling you to reach out to a larger audience.
As Zee News reported, NaMo went on to ban mobile phones from his meetings. "I see these days that district-level officers are so busy that most of their time goes into it (social media). I have stopped the entry (of mobile phones) in my meetings as they (officers) would take them out and start (checking out social media sites)," – Narendra Modi.
While the meeting was held on account of Civil Services Day, he particularly addressed the agenda for bureaucrats present in the house. Also added, "If I am informing the people about dates of polio vaccination through social media, saying that they should come out on a particular date for the vaccination, then it (social media) is helpful. But if during vaccination-related work, I am praising my own photograph on Facebook, then it puts a question mark (on the work done by civil servants)".
Anything which is not contributing to the progress of India and hindering the officials to perform their duties rightfully can be eliminated by the person in power (Modi Ji). And, he doesn't care whether it is ironic to the reforms he is administering.
Along with the announcement he also happened to bring up another topic of tuitions. He thinks, his post in today's date must've been of Director (after serving the public for 16 long years) only if he went to all the tuitions people go in today for qualifying civil services.
Nripendra Misra, the incumbent Principal Secretary of PMO, happened to take a hit from PM's question when asked the following "It is my good luck that I am in public service for the past 16 years...I did not get the chance to attend coaching, Deputy Secretary? Director".
What Secretary responded is not important, but if and only if our PM had gone to tuitions then we wouldn't be reading his brilliant tactics for the Nation's growth now, would we?
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