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"Big change in country after Narendra Modi became PM": Amit Shah
1/18/2023 10:47:16 PM
NEW DELHI, Jan 18: Union Home Minister Amit Shah took a sharp dig at the previous governments at the Centre and said that, unlike the predecessors whose every step was ruled by vote bank politics, the policy-making principles of the Centre under Narendra Modi is not dictated by the need "to please people" rather their betterment is the BJP government's only aim.
The Home Minister noted that some decisions of the Central government might appear to be "tough" but were for "people's good".
"There has been a big change in this country after Narendra Modi became the Prime Minister. Earlier, policies were made with a view at the vote banks. The Narendra Modi government has never made policies to please the people, but for the good of the people," Shah said addressing a function.
Citing the instances of some of the moves by the government including Goods and Services Tax (GST) and Direct Benefit Transfer, the Home Minister said that opposition to these decisions was obvious and understood.
"When we bring GST, our opposition is natural. When we brought DBT (Direct Benefit Transfer), there was big opposition. It was obvious as the middlemen would not like it. Similarly, all the decisions which have been taken, they might be tough, but were for the good of the people," he said.
"I'm saying this because if you have to understand the policy, the basic principles will also have to be understood while making policies. We have never thought about vote bank while making policies but solutions to the problem," Shah added.
The Home Minister further said that the Modi government has changed the method of governance from 'Rule-Based Learning' to 'Role-Based Learning'.
Shah took note of the previous administrations and said that earlier policies were not made keeping solutions to the basic problems at the centre stage and said that the Modi government has changed the scale and size of policies.
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