Modi will address three-day conclave of ministers
New Delhi: To pacify public resentment for non-performance, Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s new council of ministers will hold a three-day conclave next week to chalk the road map for the remaining three years of the government’s term.
Modi-led government has been received severe criticism from the public for its failure in handling the Covid-19 pandemic, the rising cost of living and farmers' agitation against agricultural laws.
In recent cabinet expansion, Modi has dropped dozen of ministers and insulate himself from the criticisms.
Sources in BJP said that a three-day conclave will be held in Parliament starting from Tuesday after 6 pm. Newly sworn-in ministers are getting ready to take the tips of the Prime Minister and to prepare a road map for the next three years.
During the session, the Prime Minister will review the works of the ministers and a target will be set to them. New ministers will be asked to brief in detail their ministry and their plan of action.
With seven states that will go for elections next year, the RSS, ideological mentor of the party has been worried about the sagging popularity of the Prime Minister since one year. Party has failed come to power in West Bengal.