As India continues to be an underdeveloped country, it is observed that people who vote in Indian elections are mostly poor and uneducated.
As a result, illiterate politicians or those with serious criminal records (history-sheeters) get elected and act as dictators in a democracy. These politicians are supported by unskilled bureaucrats. People of India are almost dying under the misrule of such politicians and bureaucrats.
To overcome this persisting problem, there is an immediate need to change the Indian political and administrative systems.
With this backdrop, on Wednesday, three Groups of Secretaries to the Government of India, presented ideas for transformative change in different areas of governance, to the Prime Minister Narendra Modi.
Subjects such as citizen centric service delivery, digital inclusion, innovation, and simplification of laws, figured in the presentation on “Governance.”
The presentation on “Science and Technology,” focused on areas such as improved opportunity and access for learning; jobs and start-ups; and “ease of doing science.”
The presentation on “Energy and Environment” included suggestions related to various energy sources, and energy efficiency.
Union Ministers, and officials from the NITI Aayog were also present on the occasion.
A total of four presentations on various governance related themes have now been made in the current series, out of the total of nine scheduled to be made.
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