Providing ‘marg darshan’ (guidance) to his 45-ministerial colleagues, he emphasized that the benefits of programmes and works undertaken by the various ministries should reach the people and the public should feel that the government is working for them, sources said.
He said that all the ministers and ministries should work cohesively with synergy and appropriately utilize the services of the bureaucracy by taking them along for the country's development, sources said.
At the three-hour meeting, the first since he took over a week back, Modi talked about his ideas on how to boost the economy, attract greater investment and improve infrastructure.
He is believed to have asked ministers to come up with progress report on various projects initiated by the previous UPA government, the sources said.
The discussions are believed to have been centred around the 100-day agenda which Modi had asked his ministerial colleagues to set, identifying priorities.
He sought suggestions from the ministers on various matters related to governance, the sources said.
The meeting at his residence took place against the backdrop of Modi's 10-point agenda which includes increasing investment, completing infrastructure projects in a time-bound manner and exploiting of natural resources, besides giving freedom to bureaucrats to take decisions and implement them.


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