PM attends Valedictory Function of Vigilance Awareness Week

Published By : Admin | November 7, 2016 | 18:28 IST
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Technology has a major role to bring transparency: PM Modi
States should be policy driven. Things cannot happen on whims & fancies of individuals: PM
While making laws and policies it is essential to have a broad range of inputs: PM

The Prime Minister, Shri Narendra Modi, today attended the Valedictory Function of Vigilance Awareness Week 2016, at Vigyan Bhawan in New Delhi.
 
 
Speaking on the occasion, he said technology has a major role to play in bringing in transparency, and curbing corruption.
The Prime Minister said that the State has to be policy driven. He said things cannot depend on the whims and fancies of individuals.
 
 
The Prime Minister said that while making laws and policies it is essential to have a broad range of inputs.
 

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The Prime Minister, Shri Narendra Modi has urged people to take part in quiz based on 26th June 2022 'Mann Ki Baat' on NaMo App. Shri Modi also said this month's 'Mann Ki Baat' covered diverse topics ranging from India’s strides in space, collective efforts towards ‘waste to wealth’, accomplishments of our athletes and more.

The Prime Minister tweeted;

"During this month’s #MannKiBaat, we covered diverse topics ranging from India’s strides in space, collective efforts towards ‘waste to wealth’, accomplishments of our athletes and more. The NaMo App has a Quiz based on the episode. Do take part in it."