PM hands out 51,000 job letters, says govt employees have huge role in making India third-largest economy

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  • Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Tuesday distributed appointment letters to nearly 51,000 newly-inducted employees in various government departments under the Rozgar Mela initiative. 
  • ‘The country has resolved to become a developed India by 2047. In the next few years, we are going to be the third-largest economy. In this period, every government employee is going to play a huge role,’ said PM Modi. 
  • “Our policies are based on a New Mindset, Content Monitoring, Mission Mode Implementation, and Mass Participation. In nine years, the government has implemented policies on a mission mode.” said PM Modi. 
  • He said India’s GDP is growing rapidly amid difficulties in the global economy as there has been a huge increase in our production and exports. 

Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Tuesday distributed appointment letters to nearly 51,000 newly-inducted employees in various government departments under the Rozgar Mela initiative and said that every government employee will have a huge role in making India the third largest economy in the world.

Addressing new appointees during ‘Rozgar Mela’ via video conferencing, PM Modi said, “The country has resolved to become a developed India by 2047. In the next few years, we are going to be the third-largest economy… In this period, every government employee is going to play a huge role. You always need to work with a citizen-first spirit. You are part of a generation which has grown up with technology….You need to use the technology in your work domain.”

He said that over the last nine years ever since BJP came into power the government’s plans have paved the way to achieve even bigger goals.

“Our policies are based on a New Mindset, Content Monitoring, Mission Mode Implementation, and Mass Participation. In nine years, the government has implemented policies on a mission mode,” said PM Modi.

He said the passage of the Women’s Reservation Bill in Parliament’s new building has heralded a new future for the country, asserting that it is his government’s policy to open new doors for girls.

In the last nine years, PM Modi said the country has witnessed how technological transformation can ease governance.

“Earlier, people used to stand in queues at the booking counters of railway stations. Technology has overcome this problem. Aadhaar cards, digital lockers, and eKYC have eliminated the complexity of documentation. With technology, corruption has decreased and credibility has increased,” said the Prime Minister.

He said India’s GDP is growing rapidly amid difficulties in the global economy as there has been a huge increase in our production and exports. “The amount of investment the country is making today in its modern infrastructure has never been done before,” PM Modi added. He said the speed and scale of implementing policies also increase when millions of youths like you join government services.

(With inputs from agencies)

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