PM Modi has promoted technology driven governance: Dr Jitendra Singh

22 December, 2022 | Pravina Srivastava

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Union Minister, Dr. Jitendra Singh attends India's biggest political conclave- India News Manch today at Taj Palace Hotel, New Delhi.

Union Minister, Dr. Jitendra Singh attends India’s biggest political conclave- India News Manch today at Taj Palace Hotel, New Delhi.

The Manch is the flagship annual conclave of the iTV Network that runs 9 news channels, 5 newspapers and host of digital platforms.

While speaking at the conclave, Jitendra Singh said “Good Governance has to be good, misgovernance is no governance. Modi ji, first as Chief Minister and then as Prime Minister has given us a model of governance that has three highlights.”

“Firstly, it is a sustainable model of governance. It has been in place for 21 years and holds the same promise for the future” he added.

He further added “This model has defied the principle of diminishing returns. For any government, the dividends go down, the people’s love for the governance goes down with time. But with this government, the love has only gone up. This is only possible because PM Modi has introduced a new work culture.”

He further stated, “The Modi government has made a big point of having technology-driven governance since it promotes transparency and saves time. We have a grievance cell now. We launched CPGRAMS after the one nation, one portal, and now all the regions are connected.”

Singh acknowledged Indi’s recent rise while praising he said “We are so capable now that India is launching foreign satellites. We received more than 200 euros in benefits only from foreign satellites. This was only possible because PM Modi allowed people to work freely, assisted in providing the right opportunities, and helped them use their potential. Transparency was replaced with the private sector. We’ve had 110 companies in only three years.”

He further said that PM Modi provided the chance for talent that was concealed to be discovered.