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PM Urges Bureaucrats To Check The Usage Of Taxpayer’s Money With Politicians

He said India's rapid development was impossible without the active participation of civil servants and highlighted the global community’s expectations of India that rose phenomenally during the last nine years

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Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Friday urged the Bureaucrats to analyse whether a political party is deploying taxpayers’ money for its own benefit or national progress. He was addressing the valedictory session of the 16th Civil Services Day at Vigyan Bhawan in Delhi 

The PM said that India's rapid development was impossible without the active participation of civil servants and highlighted the global community’s expectations of India that rose phenomenally during the last nine years. 

Modi underlined that the last nine years have marked India’s new momentum with the support of the civil servants and their hard work even inspired the poorest of the poor country to gain confidence in good governance.

He emphasised that despite the Covid crisis today India is the fifth largest economy in the world. He said, "our mantra continues to be the nation first, a citizen first and accordingly the government is working on this vision to serve everyone efficiently using their time and resources."

He stressed on the statement that efficiency is not the challenge today but figuring out how to find and remove deficiencies is the biggest task. 

Talking about Civil Services Day, Modi said it is observed on 21 April every year to acknowledge and cherish the work of all great officers engaged in the country’s different public service departments. And this year the day is of extreme importance as it is a time when the country has completed 75 years of Independence, the leader exclaimed in optimism.

He said it is a time of our nation’s rapid steps towards achieving humongous goals of the next 25 years.

“You have the chance to serve the country in this Amrit Kaal”, the PM urged underlining that there is less time, utilising it to the full extent and working with immense dedication. Targets are difficult but our courage is great, we have to climb the mountain and soon will transcend the skies, he said.

The PM later referred to the key roles the political parties play in a democratic country and said each has its own ideology.



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