Narendra Modi is yet to take over as the Prime Minister of the country, but bureaucrats in the capital city are already preparing an action plan that will be submitted to the Prime Minister's Office (PMO) after Modi takes over. The five year action plan will comprise of shortcomings, goals and initiatives of the government.
A feedback request has been sent in by the Cabinet Secretary Ajit Seth and all central government secretaries of various departments will have to give their action plan for the next five years. According to a senior official in the top Delhi ranks, the focus is to increase the preparedness and accountability of officials towards their concerned departments.
Apart from this, the secretaries are also asked to provide additional details on the shortcomings and key achievements of the central government authorities during the last few years.
Earlier on Monday, Narendra Modi met several senior bureaucrats at the Gujarat Bhawan. The meeting was attended by Home Secretary Anil Goswami, Defence Secretary R K Mathur and Finance Secretary Rajeev Takru, besides other senior officials. Following the meeting, the secretaries and joint secretaries have been asked to present the report to the PMO at the earliest.
As per the latest reports, Narendra Modi will take charge as the new PM of India on 26 May. He along with his new cabinet ministers will take oath at the Rashtrapati Bhavan on Monday. And the first challenge for the soon-to-be PM is to fill his cabinet as soon as possible.
If everything goes well, all key department senior officials will be presenting their reports to the new PM on Monday.