Prime Minister Narendra Modi has said that his government has ushered in transparency and trust in the administration, curbing corruption with the near ubiquitous use of technology and promoting efficiency by encouraging decentralisation.
In a pre-recorded video message to the conference held at Kevadia in Gujarat, the Prime Minister said highest priority should be given to make governance the basis of India’s progress, public concerns and public welfare. “Today, when India is moving towards attaining its grand goals during the Amrit Kaal. Today when we are committed to strengthening pro-people and proactive governance, your action-oriented diligence will give strength to the ideals of Sardar Patel Saheb,” Modi said.
He underlined that officials should work towards abolishing corruption as it takes away the rights of people and hinders the pursuit of justice for all, nation’s progress and affects the collective power of the nation.
The Prime Minister emphasized that in the last 6-7 years, the government has succeeded in instilling the confidence that it is possible to contain corruption. He said that there is trust that people can get the benefit of the government schemes without middlemen and bribes.