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Unhappy PM Narendra Modi leaves presentations made by secreatries midway

PM Narendra Modi unhappy with the presentation made by a group of secretaries. According to sources it has been said that Narendra Modi has asked secretaries to put in more effort and rework on it.


  |  Updated On : January 14, 2017 09:36 AM
Unhappy PM  Narendra Modi leaves presentations made by secreatries midway (File Photo)

Unhappy PM Narendra Modi leaves presentations made by secreatries midway (File Photo)

New Delhi :  

PM Narendra Modi unhappy with the presentation made by a group of secretaries. According to sources it has been said that Narendra Modi has asked secretaries to put in more effort and rework on it.

Last week, PM Modi left an occassion halfway while another group was making presentation, sources said.

This was an unusaul case as PM Modi attends presentations and actively participates in discussions.
The exact reason for PM Modi's departure is still not clear as two similar incidents back to back has sent a message that presentations have to be up to the mark.

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Sources said that PM Modi first expressed displeasure during the presentation made by secretraies (GoS) on agriculture and allied sectors. According to TOI it has learnt that Modi told the group it seems enough effort was not put in by the group, which had secretaries from different departments. It was asked to work on it once more and come out with fresh ideas relating to the specific sectors.

In the presenation made by each GoS at Prime Minister's residence almost all the secretaries and other department heads, officials from PMO and Niti Aayog participate as audience.

Earlier, Modi left the meeting even before the presentation by the group on health, sanitation and urban development was complete, sources said.

First Published: Saturday, January 14, 2017 09:31 AM


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