The day bureaucracy learnt its lesson in the PM's classroom

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With the Narendra Modi government expecting better delivery of its schemes and programmes on the ground as the 2019 Lok Sabha elections draw nearer, Prime Minister (PM) Narendra Modi on Friday asked some of the seniormost Indian Administrative Services (IAS) officers of the country, including district magistrates from 599 of the 706 districts, for the need to change their work ethic and mindsets.

The occasion was Civil Services Day and the PM’s ‘classroom’ comprised senior IAS officers in Delhi and district magistrates of 599 of the country’s 706 districts. The speech via videoconferencing also reached district-level officials across the country. 

The PM’s over an hour long speech was motivational in parts, but it was primarily a stinging critique of the manner in which the bureaucracy has functioned since Independence. He also seemed to be demanding from the bureaucracy to take quicker decisions.
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