NITI Aayog: The impact of the political protest against the inauguration of the new Parliament House to be held on May 28 has now started showing on the NITI Aayog meeting as well. Tomorrow, on May 27, 2023, before the meeting with the Chief Ministers and Governors of the states, Punjab’s CM Mann boycotted. After this, along with West Bengal CM Mamta Banerjee, Bihar CM Nitish Kumar, now Delhi CM Kejriwal has also joined the boycott. Explain that the Prime Minister presides over the meeting of NITI Aayog. So invitations were sent to all the CMs and governors of the states for the meeting. The purpose of which was to prepare a roadmap in this 8th meeting on the goals till 2047 under the chairmanship of PM Modi.
Know what is the point of the meeting
Let us tell you that PM Modi presides over this very important 8th meeting of NITI Aayog. This time the meeting has been convened on the subject of Developed India @ 2047. As the world’s 5th largest economy and most populous country, the country is in a critical phase of its economic development, according to the commission’s statement. Which can achieve rapid growth in the next 25 years. A framework has to be fixed for all these goals.
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What did Mamta Banerjee say
West Bengal CM Mamata Banerjee cited the busyness of state Finance Minister Chandrima Bhattacharya as the reason for not attending the meeting. In view of this, the Center has turned down the request to send the Chief Secretary and me.
What did Arvind Kejriwal say
The CM of Delhi expressed his inability to attend the meeting by writing a letter on May 26 raising the issue of the Capital Civil Services Authority Ordinance. He alleged that a mockery has been made of cooperative federalism.
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