New Delhi: National Institution for Transforming India or NITI Aayog on Friday has advised the Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi to include more experts in the government and the disclosure of the govt's strategy for development for open analysis by the public.
After PM Modi chaired a meeting of the Aayog on Thursday to crystallise the 15-year development vision of the government, NITI Aayog vice-chairman Arvind Panagariya suggested that only the proper analysis and assessment made by experts can assist the govt in dealing with consequences of its policies.
In the presentation, Pagariya said, "It is very important to induct more and more experts from different fields in the government. Increased complexity of the economy has meant that as a general rule, it is no longer possible for generalists to learn any subject within a matter of weeks or even months."
The meeting was attended by Panagariya and other members. The body has been mandated to come up with a 15-year vision document for a period up to 2030, which will be co-terminus with sustainable development goals, according to Firstpost.