NEW DELHI, SEPTEMBER 26, 2017
Addressing the National Executive Meeting Indian Prime Minister, Narendra Modi said in strong words that there will be no compromise on the fight against corruption. This remark he made in reply to criticism of the opposition parties on note ban impact.
The meeting of the extended executive, which includes the Chief Ministers of 13 BJP-ruled States and about 60 Union Ministers, 232 Ministers from different States, 1,515 MLAs and 334 MPs of the BJP party, was held in New Delhi.
On this occasion, Finance Minister, Arun Jaitley clarified that only those people who are facing the trouble due to the Anti-Corruption Drive are criticizing the demonetization.
Further, the leaders appreciated that the use of Aadhaar which resulted in the good amount of saving of money and the Direct Benefit Transfer under various schemes, Panchayats of beneficiaries under the LPG scheme, Ujjwala Yojana and Mudra Yojana reached the actual beneficiaries.
The Government affirmed that their policies are pro-farmer and pro-poor and it will work for their development.
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