PM Modi meets ministers with independent charge to take stock of work done
Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Tuesday morning held a meeting with Ministers of State with independent charge.
New Delhi: Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Tuesday morning held a meeting with Ministers of State with independent charge.
As per reports, the aim of the meeting was to take feedback from ministers on the work done so far.
Also present at the meeting was BJP president Amit Shah.
"He discussed different issues with all ministers. The Prime Minister asked ministers to maintain transparency in work," said a minister who was present at the meeting.
It may be noted that the Modi government will complete its one year in office in May and is planning to hold a function on the occasion to release a report card of its achievements.
The meeting also came amid speculation that PM Modi may remove non-performing members from his Council of Ministers ahead of the second part of the Budget Session.
The reshuffle of the Cabinet may happen after the two-day national executive meeting of the BJP, which starts on April 3 in Bengaluru.