Niti Aayog: PM Narendra Modi is scheduled to chair the seventh meeting of the Governing Counseling of NITI Aayog today. In this meeting, Prime Minister Modi is going to discuss many different topics including crops to education. The Vice Chairman of NITI Aayog will hold a press conference at 7 pm. Bihar Chief Minister Nitish Kumar will not attend this meeting as he has distanced himself from the meeting. On the other hand Telangana Chief Minister K Chandrasekhar Rao has boycotted the meeting.
All Chief Ministers will be involved
The Governing Counsel meeting of Niti Aayog provides a forum for discussion on inter-regional, inter-departmental and federal issues. In this, apart from the Prime Minister of the country, the Chief Ministers of all the states and union territories are involved. Lieutenant Governors of other Union Territories, ex-officio members, Vice-Chairman of NITI Aayog and whole-time members of NITI Aayog participate in this meeting. This meeting assumes special significance in the light of the entry into the nectar of times in the backdrop of COVID-19 and India’s presidency of the G20 and hosting the summit next year.
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75 years of independence
India is celebrating 75th anniversary of its independence. In such a situation, the need for states to be agile, flexible and self-reliant and move towards self-reliant India in accordance with the spirit of cooperative federalism is being emphasized. The agenda in this meeting is diversification of crops, oilseeds pulses and achieving self-reliance in matters of farming community. This seventh meeting of NITI Aayog is being held today. In which the direction towards building a stable, sustainable and inclusive India will be discussed.
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