PM Advises His New Council Ministers To Learn From Their Predecessor And Avoid Media

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New Delhi, 9th July 2021: Prime Minister Narendra Modi has advised the new members of his Council of Ministers to learn the work from their predecessors and avoid unnecessary rhetoric. In the first meeting of the newly constituted Union Council of Ministers held on Thursday evening, Modi asked the ministers to come fully prepared for the upcoming Parliament session and stay in the House for maximum time. Along with this, Modi advised the new ministers to learn the work from the previous ministers.


After the expansion of the Union Council of Ministers on Wednesday evening, PM Modi held the first meeting with the newly formed Council of Ministers on Thursday evening. According to sources, the PM made it clear that there was no lack in the capacity of the ministers who have been removed. Rather, they have been removed under the system. The PM asked the newly appointed ministers to draw on the experience of their predecessors to improve their work and work with accountability.


In the meeting with the new ministers, the PM said that for the last few days, there have been pictures and videos of crowded places and people roaming without masks or social distancing. This is not a pleasant sight and would create a sense of dread to us. He stressed that India’s fight against the global pandemic, driven by our Corona warriors and frontline workers, is going on in full swing. We are continuously vaccinating a sufficient number of the population of our country. The tests are also consistently high. At such times there should be no room for negligence. One mistake will have far-reaching effects and weaken the fight to contain Corona. He told his ministers that our aim as ministers should not be to create fear but to request people to take all possible precautions so that we can move ahead from this pandemic in the times to come.


Before the expansion of the Union Council of Ministers, PM had removed 12 of his ministers. Party President JP Nadda took over the task of informing these ministers about their resignations. According to sources, Nadda had called up the ministers to be dropped between seven and eight in the morning and asked them to send their resignations to the Prime Minister’s Office. First of all, he had called the Minister of State for Water Resources Ratanlal Kataria and asked him to resign. After this, one by one, various ministers were called. These included Ravi Shankar Prasad, Prakash Javadekar, and Dr. Ramesh Pokhriyal Nishank. Most wrote a short resignation letter and sent it to the Prime Minister’s Office, but Nishank had written a long letter with the achievements of his ministry, mentioning his resignation due to health reasons at the end.