Every aspect of governance which had been deeply affected by corruption is being cleaned up by the sustained action of the Narendra Modi government. Leveraging honesty, technology, good governance practices and Vishwas-trusting the Indian citizen, the Modi government continues to conduct one surgical strike after another against corruption.
May 29, 2021
We decided, right from day one, to attack the menace of corruption. Someone had to make a start somewhere, we decided to do this, without caring for political consequences. The results show that we are succeeding.
May 29, 2020
In 2014, when PM Narendra Modi was elected as the Prime Minister of India, he brought with himself the unique experience of having run a State as the Chief Minister and bringing about ground-level transformation through institutional reforms and processes that would inbuilt checks and balances within the system.
May 28, 2020
Before Narendra Modi was elected as the Prime Minister, vital statistics of the Indian economy suffered from policy paralysis. Crony capitalism, nepotism, opaque transactions, quid pro quo and leakage in delivery were the order of the day. Contract values were inflated and the idea of providing level playing field to all citizens of India was utopian and practically impossible to realise. With an overflowing malaise of black money, thriving parallel economy and a cess pool of convoluted transactions, India’s governance was slowly slipping in the hands of those who were driven by motivated interests and vested ambitions.
May 28, 2020